Tutorial & Game: Determining Website Accuracy

Free Online Materials from the 21st Century Information Fluency Project

We've just posted a revised version of our Accuracy MicroModule.

We've also added a practice game that helps students practice:

finding embedded evidence
checking evidence for accuracy
triangulation of data

This is one of about 50 tutorials we have online. We'll be revising these resources over the coming year. We plan to add links to our new games and update the contents accordingly.

Drop in and give this new edition a try? We'd love to hear what you think.
As always, you're free to link to & use this resource in your professional practice.

~ Dennis & Carl (Information Fluency Partners)

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Comment by Lynne H on November 28, 2008 at 2:02pm
Mahalo for a wonderful tool! I can't wait to use this. I've already shared it with several teachers in schools nearby. This is exactly what we've been looking for. Will write again once I have used in with the kids.
Comment by Dennis O'Connor on November 28, 2008 at 4:41pm
Lynne, thank you for the kind words! Mahalo has such a great sound to it. I've spent some fine times on Maui and it's music to my ears. There's also an interesting social search engine called Mahalo. Give it a look!

We're ready to build tools that help teachers. I taught k-12 for 25 years. 8-) Let us know how we can make things better. Also If you have a particular need for a game or training tool, share it! We may already have the building blocks in place to build it.



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