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Reading Digital Text

Control/Alt/Read: Reading Digital Text in the Plugged In Classroom of the 21st Century

Webinar presented on 2017-03-09.

How can schools prepare readers to engage with and comprehend online text? Join the INFOhio team to learn more about what students need to prepare for reading in a blended classroom, taking online tests and working with a 1:1 initiative.   What teaching methods, tools, and strategies can help readers develop new understandings from online text and evaluate and judge content?  Practice online reading techniques by using some of the best INFOhio digital reading resources.  After attending this webinar, you will be equipped with the latest research, methods, and approaches to prepare your students for digital text literacy, essential for success in college and careers for the future.

Use this url to bookmark or link to Control/Alt/Read: Reading Digital Text in the Plugged In Classroom of the 21st Century: https://www.infohio.org/campus/webinars/recordings/item/lwi20170309.

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  • Gayle Geitgey

    Gayle Geitgey

    Gayle Geitgey was an Instructional Team Manager for INFOhio.  She has experience as a high school librarian, district technology director and as an online adjunct instructor. At INFOhio, Gayle worked with the ICoach and District/Building ICoach program, directed INFOhio’s instructional integration initiatives, and worked regionally with INFOhio schools in south and central Ohio. 

  • Emily Rozmus
    INFOhio Instructional Team Specialist

    Emily Rozmus

    Emily Rozmus is an INFOhio Instructional Team Specialist.  She has worked in education for 25 years, first as a secondary English teacher, and then as a district librarian. Emily has developed district growth plans, integrated technology, created instruction for information literacy, fostered teacher development, and worked on teams to implement curriculum. At INFOhio, she focuses on helping educators use INFOhio resources to improve early learning. She also works to share research and best practices for helping students be better readers of INFOhio's digital text. 

 

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