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Friday, May 5 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Creating and Evaluating Digital Resources

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Why Wikipedia: Assigning Wikipedia Editing for More Versatile Student Learning
Cassandra DellaCorte (University Library)
Wikipedia is much more than just a quick reference source; it’s a valuable learning tool. In this session, we will explore the skills students develop while editing, and the unique benefits of Wikipedia assignments. We will practice different approaches to Wikipedia editing to illustrate how it helps students comprehend scholarship. We will focus on the resources available for instructors and students, including a brief discussion of my position with the university as Wikipedian in Residence. 

Vetting (Mis)Information in the Digital Age
Adriane Stoner and Kristen Pengelly (College of Communication)
Fake news, biased news sites, bloggers, satire, citizen journalism, and the rise of opinionated YouTubers leave our students drowning in a sea of (mis)information while attempting to sort fact from fiction. Social media platforms have become a principle site of newsgathering for Millennials, making it increasingly difficult for them to critically analyze content. Learn how to help your students distinguish between sources, build understanding, and construct sound arguments. 

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Cassandra Dellacorte

Wikipedian in Residence, DePaul University
I am passionate about making accurate scholarship available to a larger audience. I love helping students and faculty use Wikipedia as a learning tool, and broadening their understanding of the Wikipedia community and resources.
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Kristen Pengelly

Assistant Director, Marketing, DePaul University

Friday May 5, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm CDT
LPSC 325 2250 N. Sheffield Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60614-3673
  30 Min. Sessions

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