Expand Your Power: Information Literacy Workshop
Pathfinders and Webquests
Scire ubi aliquid invenire possis, ea demum maxima pars eruditionis est
(To know where you can find anything, that in short is the largest part of learning). -- Anonymous.
- AskERIC InfoGuides
- The purpose of AskERIC InfoGuides is to point educators and others to Internet, ERIC, and traditional print resources dealing with specific educational topics.
- Baltimore County Public Schools
- The office of Library Information Services’ Online Procedures Manual is a portal to resources that support library media specialists in their roles as teacher, instructional partner, information specialist, and program administrator. It provides excellent links to professional information, to the state’s network and subscription databases, to research models and to resources for teachers, parents, and students. In addition, there are Webquests on various levels, I-searches, and much more of value.
- Internet Public Library - Pathfinders
- This pathfinder is intended for school librarians, to help them find material on the Web specific to the professional practice of K-12 school librarianship. It provides a starting point for locating Internet and print resources on school media organizations, professional networking, using and teaching the Internet, developing school library Web sites, and current practices.
- Lowell Elementary - Bellingham, WA
- Bellingham School District (WA) has been a leader in the integration of technology.
- Montgomery County Public Schools (MD)
- Elementary, Middle School, and High School Lessons and Pathfinders - These Pathfinders and WebQuests are truly inspirational.
- Schools of California: Online Resources for Education
- CyberGuides are supplementary, standards-based, web-delivered units of instruction centered on core works of literature. Each CyberGuide contains a student and teacher edition, standards, a task and a process by which it may be completed, teacher-selected web sites and a rubric, based on California Language Arts Content Standards.
- Spartansburg School District 3 - Webquests
- The following templates highlight the framework from Guided Tour through WebQuests. Examples of teacher-developed activities show practical application of the Web Based Learning Model. All activities, essential questions and conceptual frameworks were created using Inspiration® Software by Inspiration®, Inc.
- The purpose of this web site is to help teams build Internet activities for use in the classroom. Eventually, T-Spider.Net will assist teams with the construction of six different types of Internet activities originally created by Dr. Bernie Dodge and Tom March.
- University of Virginia - Our Web Quests
- Welcome to a directory of web quests that have been created by graduate students in EDIS 771: Reading In Content Areas at the University of Virginia. Categories include elementary, middle and high school level projects along with subject areas such as Professional, English, Social Studies, Math, Language Arts and Electives.
- Using a WebQuest in Your Classroom
- The site provides an overview of the WebQuest concept, procedure, and evaluation.
- The WebQuest Page
WebQuest - Matrix of Examples
- From San Diego State University, this site has examples, templates, taxonomy of the webquest, and a training manual.
- Wenatchee Library (WA) (PowerPoint Presentation)
- Basic template used by library media specialists in Wenatchee and presented at WLMA and NCCE Conferences 2000 and WLMA 2001.
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John L. Emerick, Director
Division of School Library Media Services
Pennsylvania Department of Education
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Last updated: 20 February 2003