Title of Presentation

Web Literacy: Using & Sharing Dynamic Tools to Learn & Teach the Web

Presenter(s) Information

Tim Miller, Humboldt State University

Presentation Type

Workshop

Conference Track

Other

Description

Web literacy the ability to build, connect and explore web components is quickly becoming inextricably linked to information literacy. Experiential learning is essential in teaching the future of information discovery. In this workshop, we will review useful Open Educational Resources and use code playgrounds to create customized search widgets using HTML, CSS, & JavaScript. We will then briefly examine how to apply these concepts to develop other tools, including plugins and browser extensions.

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Start Date

13-2-2015 2:10 PM

End Date

13-2-2015 2:55 PM

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/20161

Subjects

Critical thinking, Computer network resources -- Evaluation, Internet in education, Computers and literacy, Open learning

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Feb 13th, 2:10 PM Feb 13th, 2:55 PM

Web Literacy: Using & Sharing Dynamic Tools to Learn & Teach the Web

Web literacy the ability to build, connect and explore web components is quickly becoming inextricably linked to information literacy. Experiential learning is essential in teaching the future of information discovery. In this workshop, we will review useful Open Educational Resources and use code playgrounds to create customized search widgets using HTML, CSS, & JavaScript. We will then briefly examine how to apply these concepts to develop other tools, including plugins and browser extensions.