Developed in order to move students away from an outdated checklist approach to evaluating online content, we developed this tutorial to teach students how to read laterally and think critically. This tutorial consists of several small chunks of microlearning activities including an assignment. Students can complete as much or as little as they feel they need.
|Assignment||How Do I Evaluate Online Information by Reading Laterally?||YvonneM||0||1 year 5 days ago|
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