Tuesday, September 01, 2020

The COVID-19 article series

During the global pandemic, writing should have been an ideal task but I found that I had incredible writer's block.  Here are some articles documenting the time. 







Avoiding Information Overload During COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place Orderson 04/01/2020 Overcoming the abundance of beautiful and free information offers
Beyond Video Conference Fatigue - Craving In-Person Teaching and Learning
Not the Disaster We Were Preparing Foron 05/07/2020 We prepare for fires, earthquakes, tornadoes, but not a pandemic.
Finding Collaborative Points from a Distance on 06/08/2020 Turning learning on its head.
Embedded 2020 on 08/03/2020 • Being an embedded librarian is not a new concept, but it has new meaning for me as a school librarian since the onset of distance learning and COVID-19.
On the Eve of an Election - Students will be bombarded this month by political ads and media commentary 
Part 1: Polarization and Resistance to Fact-Checking Information - What Is True? Another presidential election is in the books. Or is it? 
Part 2: Polarization and New Techniques for Information Evaluation - Do We Need a New Technique for Information Evaluation?
Winter Is Coming - The Election Storm. The Second or Third Wave of Covid.