Wednesday, March 29, 2017
E204: Collective Intelligence: Crowd-Sourcing, Annotated Bibliographies, & the Internet3:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
This session seeks to assist education professionals in developing a plan to use Google’s G Suite or similar tools to create assignments around the principle of a “crowdsourced annotated bibliography.” A crowdsourced annotated bibliography is an online tool created by students for use in research projects. Groups of students conduct searches of the available online databases and post their annotations. Those annotations are then added to by other students who utilize the articles in their own research. The end result is a living annotated bibliography that is constantly expanding and evolving. This session provides fun and practical assistance on how to begin, assess, and grow similar resources using free tools available online.
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