How to conduct a research project with limited computer time

04/4/2013 | Daring Librarian, The

Using the hooks of reality television and social media, middle-grades librarian Gwyneth Jones writes in this blog post about a research project on Greek Mythology she and her English teacher-partners created for standardized testing week. Preparing to have limited time and computer availability during the lessons, the teachers streamlined the research process by offering online "playlists" of sources and social media-inspired worksheets for students to present their findings.

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