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This activity introduces learners to a variety of resources on eHealth, which can inform their work in incorporating... see more

This activity helps learners locate and differentiate between popular and substantive news articles. see more

This activity explains the appropriate use of technology during a research project, and guides learning in technology... see more

This activityaddresses several aspects of censorship for learners to explore and compare. see more

This activity helps learners identify and prevent plagiarism. see more

In this activity students learn how to read a scholarly article. see more

In this activity learners search for information using search engines, databases, catalogs, directories, and social... see more

This exercise helps learners develop a systematic, strategic research plan. The focus is health information, but the... see more

People look for information in several diferent ways, depending on several internal and external factors. In this... see more

Students identify a population with a specific disability, evaluate and select appropriate assistive technology... see more

This learning activity introduces students to several intellectual freedom issues, and has them develop case scenarios to... see more

The American Civil Liberties Union is an activist group that supports intellectual freedom. This lesson analyzes ACLU's... see more

Do censorship practices differ by subject or format? Students analyze readings as a basis for their stances. see more

This learning activity helps students analyze infographics, and apply their findings to generate their own infographic. see more

What can you gather about a culture from its imagery? How does text add meaning to visuals? This learning activity... see more

This learning exercise helps students identify, locate, and evaluate scholarly articles. see more

How does one search for information? Several models of information seeking exist. Students self-identify their own... see more

Students generate research questions, and locate documents on subscription online database aggregators, and compare... see more

The 2015 IFLA school library guidelines offer a way to assess school libraries. The data gathered can guide program... see more

Students create a screencast to explain a process. see more

Students examine financial issues that arise from independent living. see more

Today's journalism efforts are expanding through crowdsourcing. THis activity explains citizen journalism, crowdsourcing,... see more

Over 100,000 books are published yearly, and that's just in the United States. It is amazing how much digital information... see more

This lesson enables families to engage in interactive learning activities by using the Cybrfamilies blog of thematic... see more