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LART 3010

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LART 3010

  1. 1. LART 3010  Evaluation tools  Resources for middle grades students  Resources for educatorsLART 3010 is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.
  2. 2. Evaluating Information Critically evaluate information using applicable criteria
  3. 3. Evaluating Information: ACC, AAOCC Authority  Authority Currency  Accuracy Content  Objectivity  Audience  Currency  Purpose/Scope  Coverage  Objectivity/Bias  Accuracy  Quality
  4. 4. Evaluating Information: CRAAP Currency Relevance Find good CRAAP Authority not bad CRAAP Accuracy Purpose
  5. 5. Evaluating Information READ  ART  Reliability  Accurate  Evidence  Responsible  Authority  Type  Date TACO  Timeliness  Authority  Coverage  Objectivity Students from Lakeview High School in Battle Creek, MI
  6. 6. 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?
  7. 7. 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? Review the dates used in the sources
  8. 8. Evaluate: Content, Coverage Determine the information need Who is the intended audience? What is the purpose? Examine objectivity, accuracy Evaluate overall quality Evaluate overall usefulness, appropriateness
  9. 9. Resources for students
  10. 10. Teen GALILEO
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. 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
  13. 13. NoveList K-8
  14. 14. Literary Reference Center
  15. 15. Informational Text ELACCXRI: Reading Informational Standards SIRS Discoverer  General reference  Newspapers, magazines  Government documents  Educational weblinks  Photos, charts, maps
  16. 16. SIRS Discoverer
  17. 17. History/Social Studies (RH) History Reference  Library of Congress Center American Memory Digital Library of  New Georgia Georgia Encyclopedia
  18. 18. Science & Technical Subjects (RST) Middle Search Plus  National Science Digital Library The Math Forum  WolframAlpha
  19. 19. Resources for educators
  20. 20. Common Core Correlations SIRS Discoverer  Educators’ Resources  Common Core Correlations
  21. 21. On-Level Text Many GALILEO resources include Lexile scores
  22. 22. Encyclopædia Britannica Look in Teachers’ Resources in any grade level Click the orange buttons for Curriculum Standards
  23. 23. Stay Connected, Find Support Your Media Specialist & Media Center GALILEO Supports the CCGPS 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
  24. 24. LibGuides http://clayton.libguides.com/ LART 3010 Education

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