Evaluating Websites: An Online Lesson

I created a hypothetical online course on evaluating websites for a Designing Instruction course (NAU‘s ETC 666). It’s supposed to be geared towards first-year college students as a part of a larger course on Information Literacy. So I thought I would share it with you all, just click below to enter:

Information Literacy 101

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One thought on “Evaluating Websites: An Online Lesson

  1. -Hi,
    I wanted to make you aware of my history website, OldMagazineArticles.com (www.OldMagazineArticles.com)- happily, it is starting to get some attention from the teaching community and Wikipedia enthusiasts are starting to post a lot of our PDFs; we’re very proud of what we have created.

    OldMagazineArticles.com is a growing archive of historic magazine articles preserved as facsimile images in PDF format. The articles address a broad number of topics such as the American Civil War, silent movies, the Titanic disaster, Modernism, Prohibition, WW I, WW II, immigration, literature, music and a good deal more.
    I thought you folks should know about us.

    Matt Jacobsen
    Editor
    http://www.OldMagazineArticles.com

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