Efforts grow to help students evaluate online information

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Efforts grow to help students evaluate online information

Last year’s election helps drive push for online literacy
In this, Dec. 20 photo, Jennifer Rocca, left, a teacher librarian at Brookfield High School in Connecticut, works with Ariana Mamudi, 14, a freshman in her Digital Student class. The required class teaches media literacy skills and has the students scrutinize sources for their online information.
Kathy Malatesta, a teacher librarian at Brookfield High School in Connecticut, talks about source citations during the freshman Digital Student class.
Jennifer Rocca, top center, a teacher librarian at Brookfield High School in Connecticut, works with freshmen in her Digital Student class. The required class uses Google Chromebooks to teach media literacy skills and has the students scrutinize sources for their online information.

Efforts grow to help students evaluate online information

In this, Dec. 20 photo, Jennifer Rocca, left, a teacher librarian at Brookfield High School in Connecticut, works with Ariana Mamudi, 14, a freshman in her Digital Student class. The required class teaches media literacy skills and has the students scrutinize sources for their online information.
Kathy Malatesta, a teacher librarian at Brookfield High School in Connecticut, talks about source citations during the freshman Digital Student class.
Jennifer Rocca, top center, a teacher librarian at Brookfield High School in Connecticut, works with freshmen in her Digital Student class. The required class uses Google Chromebooks to teach media literacy skills and has the students scrutinize sources for their online information.
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