AccessScience Case Study - Teaching Information Literacy

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Now more than ever, students need to hone their information literacy skills. For example, according to Stanford History Education Group’s 2016 study of “civic online reasoning,” more than 80% of students couldn’t tell the difference between fake news articles and real ones.

This case study describes how students in a general education course on Nutrition and Health at Marymount Manhattan College successfully prepared in advance for class by conducting research using a trustworthy source. AccessScience is the award-winning, multidisciplinary STEM education resource, based on the renowned McGraw-Hill Education Encyclopedia of Science & Technology.

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