Tag Archives: information fluency

The Myth of the Digital Native

For the past several years I’ve been on a bit of a mission to bust what I perceive to be a myth – the myth of the digital native / digital immigrant divide. How often have you heard (or said), … Continue reading

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What About Wikipedia?

I’ve just created a page about using Wikipedia on the WRDSB Library Learning Commons website, and thought I’d share it here. The focus is on being your own filter in assessing the quality of Wikipedia articles, using Wikipedia’s own social … Continue reading

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Inquiry Untethered

Imagine a program where all learning is driven by inquiry, without the many constraints that we deal with, real or self-imposed. Inquiry can be untethered from the constraints of wired networks, school schedules, locations, access to resources, and available time. … Continue reading

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