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Kay Kimball

If it's something that can easily be checked online, I usually enlist a student who has a laptop to search for a reference right then. The benefits are that students are part of the process, we all get an immediate result that can be critiqued and contextualized, then we can either pursue the new information or move on with the scheduled class work.

Dr. Delaney Kirk

I haven't asked students for this but have had them volunteer info they just googled. I think I'll be more proactive in asking for their participation in the future! Maybe even build in questions in the lecture that they could research in real time!

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