All of us continue to look for ways to increase reading and writing in our classrooms — specifically, the use of non-fiction, informational texts. To that end, we thought you’d be interested to learn more about The New York Times Replica Edition.
As we look at the changing digital landscape and the increasing need for e-learning opportunities, Ms. Mueller and I went looking for resources to expand our e-reading options.
It’s no secret that we offer e-reading with our AXIS360: Ebooks and Audiobooks service. However, did you know that e-content also includes magazines and newspapers? Now, through June 30, we are participating in an RBdigital trial to determine interest in purchasing these products for next year.
Guest post by Antioch Public Library Assistant Director/Adult Services Librarian Amy Blue.
Have you always wanted to access Antioch Public Library’s (APL) resources, but couldn’t because you didn’t have a library card? Even though the library is currently closed, you can now sign up online for a temporary library card. This library card will be your ticket to access our extensive online research tools and downloadable content that can be accessed 24/7.
Ten reasons why you should check out our digital media library Axis 360. Let's start with #10.
Our Magic Wall eases your search for an ebook or audiobook that's right for you.
What a time we are living in. If you are like me, you are trying to keep updated on the status of the coronavirus and its impact on us. It is also important for us to be cognizant of what information is credible.
Enter news literacy. News literacy is “the ability to determine what is credible and what is not, to identify different types of information, and to use the standards of authoritative, fact-based journalism as an aspirational measure in deciding what to trust, what to share and what to act on.” (News Literacy Project)
Now is an opportunity for us to teach ourselves and our students about news literacy because information matters. Truth matters. Keep reading to find out more about news literacy and to discover some teaching strategies and lessons you can use with your students.
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