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Creating online courses and orientations : a survival guide

Author: Pamela S Bacon; David Bagwell
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Libraries Unlimited, 2005.
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"Media specialists, particularly in large urban high schools, often cannot meet the individual instructional needs of every student. This book outlines an online unit that helps media specialists ensure that every student receives valuable - and consistent - information literacy instruction. The book contains a ten-step orientation course created by the author for her students. It includes reproducible worksheets,  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Pamela S Bacon; David Bagwell
ISBN: 159158289X 9781591582892
OCLC Number: 61200653
Description: xv, 184 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Survival guide to online courses. Set objectives and goals : getting started ; Understand the barriers ; Read, research, and resources ; View other courses to determine format ; Instruction : plan activities, develop lessons, decide on course content ; Visit classrooms and pilot program (promotion) ; Adapt unit to meet individual needs : differentiate! ; Listen to feedback ; Grading : get a plan! ; Unwrap the standards ; Implement online course ; Data, data, data! ; Evaluate --
"Capture the giant" : online research skills unit. Media center online orientation.
Responsibility: Pamela S. Bacon and David Bagwell, Jr.
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Outlines an online unit that helps media specialists ensure that almost every student receives information literacy instruction. This book includes reproducible worksheets, explicit instructions,  Read more...

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