Chris Haught from Utah's Southwest Education Development Center (SEDC) teaches C-Forum members about the Scrible research tool. Specifically, she explores the question: Why are research skills important, and how can Scrible help?
This collection includes open educational resources that support the use of Scrible in the classroom.
In part one of this special two-part series, host Katie Blunt takes you to Providence Hall High School in Herriman, Utah, to meet with Library Media Specialist Mariah Gerlach, who shows us how she uses technology tools to support students’ information literacy skills while collaborating with English teacher Catherine Jensen and her students on their research project.
This webinar was created for Utah educators to help them learn how Scrible Edu Pro fills a gap for distance learning during the pandemic by supporting remote instruction for research and writing. You can scroll through this webinar recording to find portions of interest. For example, the "how-to" portion starts at 23:00 mins and contains a variety of questions, each with an answer and accompanying demo. For example, at the 25:50 mark, you'll see info about the question, "How do I curate and annotate articles".
Are you tired of your students taking the first page results from Google and doing a copy/paste and calling it done when researching? Would you like to show them a way to collect, curate and cite the information they find anywhere online? Then come check out Scrible, the most advanced research and writing platform ever built to tackle the massive research and writing skills crisis undermining American students’ college and career readiness.
The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) has secured a statewide contract to provide Scrible Edu Pro for all Utah K-12 educators and students.
Scrible is a research and writing platform that is available to all K-12 students in Utah. With Scrible students can curate research, annotate and cite all within the same platform. In this session, participants will learn how to effectively use Scrible in their classroom to make research easier and more organized.
Scrible and Utah’s Online Library create a great ecosystem for crafting engage research projects!
Let’s learn about importing existing courses from Google Classroom, Canvas, or Office365 to Scrible or create a new Scrible class!
Part of integrating a new tool into your classroom is reflecting on how it will be used; let’s explore how we might use Scrible in our classrooms! Join UEN’s Scrible MOOC course today at UEN’s Course Catalog.
There are many ways to use a tool like Scrible in your classroom. Let’s explore some options for using Scrible in our classrooms!
Explore how to create using the Scrible Toolbar and Library today! Join UEN’s Scrible MOOC course today at UEN’s Course Catalog.
Let’s explore how to create a library of sources to use in our research projects! Join UEN’s Scrible MOOC course today at UEN’s Course Catalog.
This resource is a Language Arts student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically, Scrible - to help students research and organize complex ideas, concepts, and information and convey them clearly and accurately through writing.