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    How would you use digital libraries as a means of advancing both teaching and learning in a particular classroom setting at a technologically state-of-the-art education institution.

    Identification of three digital libraries and corresponding detailed overview of the use of each as a means of advancing teaching and learning.
    Research and Standards-based rationale supporting the integration of such technologies to advance teaching and learning in general, and for each specific activity (above).
    Strategies for evaluating the success of each integration activity.

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    Please rate 5/5 for my notes and references.

    As you insist on how would you use digital libraries as a means of advancing both teaching and learning in a particular classroom setting at a technologically state-of-the-art education institution, I would use it to supplement current textbooks and curricula since they encourage student inquiry. They further ensure that students have access to scientific information which interests them and applies their content knowledge. I would also use them to collaborate with other students to share and synthesize the results of their investigations. Finally, I would have students create projects, reports, or other artifacts to share and even publish their findings.

    While offering an identification of three digital libraries and corresponding detailed overviews of the use of each as a means of advancing teaching and learning, one article talks about using electronic information resources (EIRs) with ninth graders to access online bibliographic databases in connection with an independent research project:

    Neuman, D. (1997). Learning and ...

    Solution Summary

    Some brainstorming ideas, in the form of research reviews and personal notes, briefly and informally summarize the merits of digital libraries.

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