Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 4:15 pm EDT.
Can’t make it? If you register, you will receive a recording of the webinar that you can watch at your leisure.
What We’ll Cover:
Information is everywhere and unfortunately, it’s not all trustworthy. As educators, we should make it a priority to teach our students how to determine whether information is fake or not, especially if we strive for them to be lifelong learners.
Join Michele Kirschenbaum, In-House Librarian at EasyBib, a Chegg service, as she provides a run-down of different online text features to point out and teach to students, as well as resources and lesson ideas to help promote the fight against fake news.
About the Presenter:
Michele Kirschenbaum is the In-house Librarian at EasyBib, a Chegg service and a school librarian for the New York City Department of Education. She obtained her MLIS from Drexel University and serves as an executive board member on the New York City School Library Association. When she’s not being a rock star in her library, Michele enjoys cheering for the New York Mets and catching live music around New York City. You can find her here on Twitter.
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