Open Education Resources, teaching online, Online Literature, Open Access Journals
Teaching early literature students to conduct research online poses a challenge when students encounter Open Education Resources. Some are predatory, published for profit, and not well vetted. Others are highly credible and perfectly appropriate for use in student essays. An instructional designer and two faculty members collaborated to design a module to help English literature students think critically about the online sources they find and how to best participate in the existing literary conversation.
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Hohenleitner, Kathleen PhD; Campbell, James PhD; and Raible, John MA, "The Prestigious and the Predatory: Helping Online Students Navigate Open Education Source in a World of "Fake News"" (2018). Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 629.