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  •  Evaluation tools  Resources for middle grades students  Resources for educators LART 3010 LART 3010 is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.
  •  Critically evaluate information using applicable criteria Evaluating Information
  • What is your criteria?
  • Evaluating Information: CRAAP  Currency  Relevance  Authority  Accuracy  Purpose Find good CRAAP not bad CRAAP
  • Evaluating Information  READ  Reliability  Evidence  Authority  Date  TACO  Timeliness  Authority  Coverage  Objectivity  ART  Accurate  Responsible  Type Students from Lakeview High School in Battle Creek, MI
  • Evaluate: Authority  Determine the need for an expert or popular perspective  Who is the author?  What are the author’s credentials?  What affiliations does the author have?  Is contact information provided?  Who published the work?  Who sponsored the work?
  • Evaluate: Currency  Determine the need for a contemporary or historical perspective for your topic  When was it written?  When was the information published?  Are there multiple editions?  Examine the currency of the references updated 1:33 PM EST, Tue August 20, 2013© 2013
  • Evaluate: Content, Coverage  Determine the information need  Who is the intended audience?  What is the purpose? scope?  Examine objectivity, accuracy  Is the information verifiable?  Evaluate overall quality  Evaluate overall usefulness, appropriateness
  • Resources for students
  • Teen GALILEO
  • Reading Informational (RI)  ELACCXRI: Reading Informational Standards  Discover GALILEO offers a single search of resources with magazine, newspaper, and encyclopedia articles as well as book chapters
  • Reading Literary (RL)  ELACCXRL: Reading Literary Standards  NoveList K-8  Book and author recommendations  Curriculum-based book lists (by grade and topic)  Picture Book Extenders  Literary Reference Center  Literary Criticism  Plot Summaries  Full-text classics – poems, stories, some books
  • NoveList K-8
  • Literary Reference Center
  • Informational Text  ELACCXRI: Reading Informational Standards  SIRS Discoverer  General reference  Newspapers, magazines  Government documents  Educational weblinks  Photos, charts, maps
  • SIRS Discoverer
  • History/Social Studies (RH)  History Reference Center  Digital Library of Georgia  Library of Congress American Memory  New Georgia Encyclopedia
  • Science & Technical Subjects (RST)  Middle Search Plus  The Math Forum  National Science Digital Library  WolframAlpha
  • Resources for educators
  • Common Core Correlations  SIRS Discoverer  Educators’ Resources  Common Core Correlations
  • On-Level Text  Many GALILEO resources include Lexile scores
  • Encyclopædia Britannica  Look in Teachers’ Resources in any grade level  Click the orange buttons for Curriculum Standards
  • Stay Connected, Find Support  Your Media Specialist & Media Center  GLMA blog  GA Library Media Association  GALILEO staff post monthly  Library of Congress  lesson plans & more that meet Common Core standards  Smithsonian Education  searchable by topic, discipline, and grade level
  •  http://clayton.libguides.com/  LART 3010  Education LibGuides