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To answer Cheryl's question - 



There are a number of resources related to the Big6 and technology in
the RESOURCES section of the <>



 for example, 



An Introduction: Big6(tm) Information Problem-Solving With Technology

by: Ann B. Canning


This PowerPoint slide show presents the Big6 process within the context
of an assignment. <> 


 Big6 Aligns to National Standards -- AASL and ISTE NETS


Janet Murray has created an amazing chart that correlates Mike
Eisenberg's and Bob Berkowitz' Big6(tm) Skills with the national
Information Literacy Standards developed by the American Association of
School Librarians (AASL) and Association for Educational and
Communications Technology (AECT) and the National Educational Technology
Standards for Students (NETS) to organize an introduction to research on
the Internet. read more... <> 



Developing Information Literacy and Technology Standards Using the


by: Sally Lancaster


The Everett Public School District needed a way to integrate technology
into the curriculum.



Information Technology and Big6(tm) Information Problem-Solving:

Professional Development Program S.D.#59 (Peace River South), BC

by: Anne Symons


The Peace River site outlines a two-year program for Big6 and
information technology professional development certification.

read more... <> 



Mankato Public Schools Information Literacy Curriculum, MN


This website publishes a great example of information literacy
standards. Guidelines developed by Mankato schools help to insure that
all Mankato graduates will have a variety of experiences using
information and technology. 

read more... <> 


The very best Big6 book for secondary is:

Schools (2000)  by Michael B. Eisenberg and Robert E. Berkowitz with
Robert Darrow and Kathleen L. Spitzer

ISBN 1-58683-006-6 (2000). 216 pages. $39.95.

Linworth Publishing, Inc.


Hope this helps!





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