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Baltimore Convention Center, Booth 647

Visit with representatives of the Turnitin Team at the 2019 Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English. We'll be at Booth 647 in the Expo Hall, where you can have a conversation with us about the newest time-saving features and most current QuickMark & rubric content in Turnitin Feedback Studio.

Be sure to join us Sunday morning for a session hosted by our Teaching and Learning Innovations team about how to teach students to evaluate the credibility of sources. That session is where we'll announce the winner of our raffle for a $200 SpaFinder gift certificate!

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What Is Real? Teaching Students How to Evaluate the Credibility of Sources

With the rise of fake news and internet sites, information and media literacy is an essential skill for the twenty-first-century learner. Get tips and classroom-ready resources to help students:

  1. Understand the importance of choosing credible sources
  2. Think critically about digital and print content

If you have an Internet-connected device, please bring it to the session. Remember to add this session to your itinerary in the official NCTE iOS / Android app!

Note: this session will take place in the Johnson Room on the first floor of the Hilton Conference Center. You can either cross Howard Street at ground level or take the Skywalk from the 3rd Floor of the Baltimore Convention Center.

Explore the Source Credibility Pack
Patti West-Smith
Senior Manager of Teaching and Learning Innovations, Turnitin
Jill Crivelli
Senior Instructional Innovations Specialist, Turnitin
Katie Wike
Senior Instructional Innovations Specialist, Turnitin