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In our current state of fast paced technology, we receive information instantly. We have the answers to our questions just for the asking, without hesitation, from Alexa to Siri. However, there are always the caveats, the concerns on whether the information received, the answers to our questions, are factually accurate and whether the information is the most authentic data available.
This site will help guide you in retrieving valid resources and information. It will help you to be a Good Digital Citizen, intellectually, socially, as well as emotionally. This entails not just getting the answers to your research but developing the ability to synthesize the information, be sensitive to the social impact this knowledge has on you and others, and be aware of the need to maintain your emotional well-being while interacting online. It is important to be cognizant of the social and emotional impact on yourself and others that misinformation can have. You will learn how to navigate research databases so as to gain the optimal information on your chosen topic of study. Lastly, the question remains, and is for you to ponder, how do we find balance between the use of technology and the joy of reading a hand-held book?
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