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Sunday, July 21 • 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Implementing the Three Pillars of Web Literacy

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In a series of recent articles, Alan November and Brian Mull explain that Web literacy now expands beyond understanding how to effectively use a search engine for research. Now, it is vital for teachers and students to understand the three pillars of Web literacy to maximize the critical thinking process.

First, there must be an understanding of effective search and validation strategies when using search engines like Google. Secondly, there needs to be an organizational method for effectively harnessing this content. Finally, there is a need for students to connect and collaborate with others around the world to gain further insight into the knowledge they find.

This session will look at how effective search and validation techniques combined with tools like Diigo and Twitter can build better researchers.

Read more at http://nlrng.us/PxIADT, http://nlrng.us/R3kGPg and http://nlrng.us/TNGq60 



Presentation Resources:


http://www.novemberlearning.com/resources

http://brianmull.wikispaces.com 




Speakers
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Brian Mull

Innovation and Learning Design Coordinator, Trinity Episcopal School
Brian Mull got his first taste of the role technology can play in the classroom as he worked toward earning his Master of Education degree at Louisiana State University. Immediately upon graduating, he accepted a sixth grade position at a local school, where he also served as the school’s Technology Site Coordinator. Two years later, Brian accepted a job in New Orleans at Trinity Episcopal School as the Director of Technology. There, he led... Read More →


Sunday July 21, 2013 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Cambridge - 4th Floor (A wing)

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