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Helping Adults Evaluate Information Online

March 13, 2015
Session 4: 4:15–5:15 PM, Lab 301
joe donahue
Joe Donahue

Hands-on Computer Lab Workshop (1 hour)

Anyone can publish on the Internet, so not all sites are equally trustworthy. But how do we evaluate information to determine whether or not we’re getting accurate and credible information? Join Common Sense Education to learn about strategies to help adults evaluate information online. You’ll see examples of activities you can use with adults to help them build digital citizenship skills around information literacy, avoiding misinformation, or even scams.

Room Monitor: Patricia Jackson

Audience: TEA
Category: BL, DL, PAC, TI

TEA: Teachers
ABE: Adult Basic Education
ASE/GED: Adult Secondary Education/GED
CTE: Career Technical Education
ESL: English as a Second Language
BL: Blended/Online Learning
DL: Distance Learning
PAC: Program Administration and Coordination
TI: Technology Integration in the Classroom

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