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Lateral reading is the process of initially evaluating a web source by quickly moving off of the web source to see what others say about it. Research on “lateral reading” from the Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) and from Mike Caulfield has informed how many librarians think about teaching source evaluation. In this talk, we will share our experiences in developing a pilot online interactive module about lateral reading strategies.
Presentation for 2020 New Jersey Library Association College and University Section (CUS) Summer Workshop.
Uncharted Waters: Navigating with a compass for Adaptability
Baer, Andrea and Kipnis, Daniel G., "Teaching Online Source Evaluation: Going Beyond CRAAP Using Lateral Reading" (2020). Libraries Scholarship. 21.