Selecting Digital Resources
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I only rarely, if at all, use the internet to find resources for teaching and learning. *
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I use simple internet search strategies to identify digital content relevant for teaching and learning. *
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I am aware of common educational platforms which provide educational resources. *
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I am aware of common educational platforms which provide educational resources. *
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I adapt my search strategies based on the results I obtain. *
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I filter results to find suitable resources, using appropriate criteria. *
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I evaluate the quality of digital resources based on basic criteria, such as e.g. place of publication, authorship, other users’ feedback. *
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I select resources that my learners may find appealing, e.g. videos. *
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I adapt my search strategies to identify resources which I can modify and adapt, e.g. searching and filtering by license, filename extension, date, user feedback etc. *
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I locate apps and/or games for my learners to use. *
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I evaluate the reliability of digital resources and their suitability for my learner group and specific learning objective. *
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I give feedback and recommendations on the resources I use. *
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In addition to search engines, I use a variety of other sources, e.g. collaborative platforms, official repositories, etc *
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I evaluate the reliability and suitability of content based on a combination of criteria, verifying also its accuracy and neutrality. *
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When I use resources in class, I contextualise them for the students, e.g. by pointing out their source and potential bias. *
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I provide guidance to colleagues on effective search strategies and suitable repositories and resources. *
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I set up my own repository of (links to) resources, appropriately annotated and rated, and make it available for other colleagues to use. *
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