Develop 2 basic weeblys Reference Reviews 1.Dictionaries- 2.almanacs, yearbooks EACH REFERENCE REVIEW MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING For each of the submissions outlined above, you will locate a minimum of five sources to review. For two of the five sources in each category, you need to do a thorough written review, 400 words each (see examples below), along with two or more screenshots (or two or more scanned images for print sources). Comments may include things such as these: a feature you especially like; any notable shortcoming; how prek-12 students might use the resource; how it compares with other well-known resources of the same type; authority, accuracy, and bias; currency of information; cost. Consider giving brief descriptions of how the source covers a specific topic or two, so we get a sense of the nature and extent of information provided. Think about examples of reference questions for which the source would be really, really good. For the remaining three sources of the five for each category, you are to provide two or more screenshots as for the longer reviews, but with brief comments; 150 words is a good target for these. I want you to look closely at enough titles that you know the important characteristics to use when evaluating reference materials. By the completion of all the reference logs you should have a good sense of the types of reference materials available, and specific knowledge of many of the better known resources that will be useful in schools. You may use one print source for each of the submissions. Include an APA style citation for each source that you include in your logs. (Since we don’t typically reference an entire online database, but instead a specific article or document from the database, you should do the APA citation for a specific article or document. If you talk about some specific topics covered in the source — which you should do — using an article for one of those topics that you discuss in your review is an obvious choice.) PUT THE CITATION WITH THE REVIEW, rather than on a separate page. To clarify, each submission should cover five reference sources. For almanacs and yearbooks, for example, you will review two almanacs and three yearbooks, or three almanacs and two yearbooks, for a total of five sources in that submission. Always include at end of review the following: age/grade level range for which resource would be most appropriate; subject area(s) for which resource would be most appropriate; your overall rating on scale of 1-10, with 10 being highest recommendation. Just bullet these items, rather than putting it into paragraph form. we have a wealth of reference materials available through GALILEE . ASSIGNMENT RUBRIC Scoring for reference log submissions will be based on the following: Includes minimum of two long-format reviews, with sources sufficiently reviewed, general comments supported by specific examples; thoughtful responses, evidence of enough time spent to become familiar with the source (i.e., goes beyond the preface-type overview); includes screenshots — photos/scanned images if print source — and description/observation/critique of each resource. Source citations complete, in APA format; call numbers provided, grade level(s) & curriculum area(s) suggestions are reasonable: 9 Includes minimum of three additional resources, with screenshots — photos/scanned images if print — and brief description/observation/critique of each resource. Source citations complete, in APA format; call numbers provided, grade level(s) & curriculum area(s) suggestions are reasonable: 6 EXAMPLE OF AN ACCETABLE REFERENCE LOG WEEBLY http://7474fall2016.weebly.com/example-ref-log-in-weebly.html Include the sources below in your review of reference sources. Encyclopedias One of the Britannica versions in GALILEO. NOTE: Use the k-12 demo site (or login credentials from your own Georgia school, if applicable) New Georgia Encyclopedia (GALILEO). NOTE: may use similar title from state other than Georgia) Dictionaries An unabridged dictionary Almanacs World Almanac and Book of Facts Handbooks Occupational Outlook Handbook http://www.bls.gov/ooh/ One of the Oxford Companion titles Directories K-12 public school directory from your state’s Department of Education GAcollege411 http://www.gafutures.org Indexes and abstracts Academic Search Complete (GALILEO) MAS Ultra (GALILEO) OR SIRS Discover (GALILEO) One of the EXPLORA titles (GALILEO) One of the ProQuest Newspaper titles (GALILEO) Literature sources* Literary Reference Center (GALILEO) One of the Gale literature series (one of the For Students titles, Twentieth Century Literary Criticism, Contemporary Literary Criticism, Twayne author series, etc.). May need to check public or academic library. UWG’s Ingram Library has Literature Resource Center, which includes content from many of these titles. You may review Literature Resource Center. NoveList or NoveList K-8 (GALILEO) Geographical sources U.S. Census Bureau’s Geography Reference: https://www.census.gov/geo/reference/ Google Earth Biographical sources* Biography Reference Bank (Ingram Library database) Oxford African American Studies Center (Ingram Library database) Bibliographical sources WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org PINES http://gapines.org (or another state’s public library union catalog) *All of these could be classified as online indexes.
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