Students use images all the time, but do they use them legally? Ethically? Correctly?
Too often, the answer to all of those questions is no.
This lesson teaches students how to correctly use images in their printed and digital products: images that they place on written pieces, presentations, vid
Washington’s Farewell Address is a great document to use in a common core style lesson in which U.S. History students analyze text. This document touches on topics that resonate with students because students can look at what Washington’s advice was for our nation in 1796 and then judge how in mode
"The Great Library Hunt 50/50" came about because I noticed that while libraries (public and private) have latched on to the convenience of technology, many of our students are developing rather lazy habits of research. They begin to think that the click of a key or the tap of a mouse is the quicke
This is a valuable lessons that helps students understand the importance of critical thinking, closely reading instructions, and not blindly following what others are doing. Students are instructed to read all directions before completing the handout, but the final instructions reveal that only the
This lesson plan and related handout focus on introducing students to and demonstrating the use of library/institution subscription pro/con databases. The lesson plan includes the beginnings of a general library or information literacy lesson, and then segues into the specific topic of accessing and