Research Cycle

 Vol 6|No2|December|2009
Beyond Cut-and-Paste
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Privacy? What Privacy?

By Jamie McKenzie

In this article Jamie provides examples of what could be considered identity theft when folks go to buy or lease a new car. One more example of the need to read the fine print - and read with comprehension.

© 2009, J. McKenzie

Connecting the Dots

By Jamie McKenzie

In this article first published in Knowledge Quest, a publication of the American School Librarians, Jamie demonstrates the importance of helping students to draw connections between questions as they map out an investigation.


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