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June 17th Webinar: Evaluating Resources and Publishing Student Work

Wide angle view or strong focus? Current or timeless? Authoritative or opinionated? Both? Neither? Students have it hard these days, navigating web resources to find the information that will attend to their questions. In this webinar, we’ll attempt to help our students out with a few pointers, rules of thumb and a dose of sound judgement when it comes to evaluating digital resources. We’ll also discuss the various avenues available to students for publishing their research findings, why this is a good idea and what to do with the feedback they receive.

This session will be delivered on Thursday, June 17, at 3:15 PM and again at 7:15 PM. For information and to register, please choose the WebCasts tab at the top of this page.

Image by Bill Sodemann on Flickr, http://www.flickr.com/photos/8852942@N08/4175299981/

  1. Ellen J. Collard
    June 17th, 2010 at 16:30 | #1

    Hi Jim,
    I missed the link for the evaluation….and the notice said that there would be one for a certificate also? I got a lot out of today, and I look forward to using this format again next year. I hadn’t done a webinar through MLTI yet, only NSTA so this was a good first. Thank you

    • Jim Wells
      June 19th, 2010 at 08:09 | #2

      Hi Ellen, I’m happy the webinar was useful! The feedback survey is available on the ‘Feedback’ tab above. As far as receiving a certificate, if you registered for the webinar, then a member of our team will get that to you shortly.
      Thanks for dropping by.

      • Maureen Martin
        June 22nd, 2010 at 05:51 | #3

        Jim Wells :
        Hi Ellen, I’m happy the webinar was useful! The feedback survey is available on the ‘Feedback’ tab above. As far as receiving a certificate, if you registered for the webinar, then a member of our team will get that to you shortly.
        Thanks for dropping by.

  2. Maureen Martin
    June 22nd, 2010 at 05:54 | #4

    Jim,
    Thank you for the information delivered on Jun17th in the webinar. This was my first webinar and I look forward to signing up for another. This format was quite easy and it was not intimidating as I had thought it might me. Again, Thank You.

    • Jim Wells
      June 24th, 2010 at 13:15 | #5

      I’m happy you found it useful and interesting! See you again soon.

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