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Integrating Technology into an Information Literacy Curriculum
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Mar 9, 2006 ... Computer Skills for Information Problem-Solving: Learning and Teaching Technology in Context by Michael B. Eisenberg and Doug Johnson ...
Doug Johnson Website - dougwri - Sound of the other shoe dropping
The Sound of the Other Shoe Dropping Head foir the Edge, Technology Connection, March 1995. Where can I find answers to these reference questions while not ...
Doug Johnson Website - dougwri - Building Standards That Are Useful
(an earlier version of this article was published in the Minnesota Educational Media Organization’s journal Minnesota Media, Spring 2000) ...
Doug Johnson Website - dougwri - Building Standards That Are Useful
Recognizing the need for a realistic, comprehensive, authoritative set of standards, a small Minnesota Educational Media Organization (MEMO) task force has ...
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