The tutorials in this workshop series will guide the user through four important questions that teachers and students will face when using Web-based resources for classroom projects:
- How do I search the Web effectively?
- How do I evaluate Web sites for authority, accuracy, objectivity, currency and coverage?
- What do I need to know about plagiarism & copyright?
- How do I properly cite sources?
Subscribers have access to download the resource materials for this project, which includes example files, citation lists, or other information that support the tutorials in this workshop series.
Click any of the unlocked titles to view free sample tutorial movies. Depending upon subscription level, Atomic Learning users have access to all of the following movies, plus thousands of other tutorials and resources on other applications and topics.
|Tutorial Number||Availability Status||Tutorial Title||Key #||Length|
|1.||Defining & avoiding plagiarism||76355||03m:40s|
|3.||Determining what is "fair use"||76357||03m:28s|
|4.||Determining what is in the "public domain"||76358||03m:28s|
|5.||Introducing Creative Commons licenses||76359||03m:09s|