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Friday, January 15 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Panel three: It’s on the Internet; it must be true. Topic: Multimedia literacy for students who can find anything . . . and nothing. - AHS: Room# SM214 FULL

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All teachers have had students turn in papers with content that was either plagiarized (subtly or blatantly, “accidentally” or intentionally) from online sources, or used sources of, let’s just say “questionable credibility.”  We’ve all had to explain why Wikipedia isn’t an acceptable source (btw: it’s not because Wikipedia is unreliable).  Some teachers have explored ideas of internet publishing, discussed why trolling exists, and why comment threads seems to bring out the worst in humanity.  This panel will discuss media literacy as it pertains to students in high school and beyond.  We’ll explore issues from assessing the credibility of sources, citation, digital citizenship, creating content, and navigating modern literacy without becoming a jerk.  Part of this discussion will also explore these issues of literacy as they relate to students’ transition from high school to college. 


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Chris Emerling

Chris Emerling has taught for 19 years in the Aiken County School District. He currently teaches AP Language and Composition and AP Seminar at North Augusta High School in a 1:1 computing classroom as part of Aiken County's Full Circle Technology initiative. He also serves as the... Read More →

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Friday January 15, 2016 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Aiken High School (High School Conference Location) 449 Rutland Dr, Aiken, SC 29801
  • School Represented North Augusta High
  • Session Length 60 minutes

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