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Walking The Line Between Reality And Fiction In Online Spaces: Understanding The Effects Of Narrative Transportation, Sarah Gretter, Aman Yadav, Benjamin W. Gleason Jan 2017

Walking The Line Between Reality And Fiction In Online Spaces: Understanding The Effects Of Narrative Transportation, Sarah Gretter, Aman Yadav, Benjamin W. Gleason

Education Publications

Recent contentions about "fake news" and misinformation online has shed light on the critical need for media literacy at a global scale. Indeed, digital stories are one of the main forms of communication in the 21st century through blogs, videos-sharing websites, forums, or social networks. However, the line between facts and fiction can often become blurry in these online spaces, and being able to distinguish between reality and fantasy can have important consequences in the lives of young Internet users. Using contemporary examples from news stories, fan- fiction, advertising, and radicalization, this article outlines the features, affordances, and real-life implications ...


Ruff, Joseph Carl (Fa 166), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Oct 2012

Ruff, Joseph Carl (Fa 166), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Folklife Archives Project 166. Project titled “African American education in south central Kentucky, 1920-1960.” Interviews with twenty-nine African Americans regarding their experiences as students and teachers in fourteen Kentucky counties.


Dayton Public Schools 5th Grade Social Studies Instructional Guide. Dayton Teaching American History. Unit 8: 1850-1930 Issues, Dayton Public Schools Jan 2005

Dayton Public Schools 5th Grade Social Studies Instructional Guide. Dayton Teaching American History. Unit 8: 1850-1930 Issues, Dayton Public Schools

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

This instructional guide is from unit 8 of Dayton Public Schools' 5th grade social studies course, which covers issues from 1850-1930 in American History.

This guide was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.


Moving Along: Learning American History At Huffman Prairie Flying Field Interpretative Center/Wright Memorial: Grade 5 Field Trip Model, Timothy Binkley Jan 2003

Moving Along: Learning American History At Huffman Prairie Flying Field Interpretative Center/Wright Memorial: Grade 5 Field Trip Model, Timothy Binkley

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

The lesson plan is designed to teach students about how different forms of transportation aided in the expansion and development of the United States.

This lesson plan was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.


Science And Urban Life: Enter The Automobile. Lesson Plan For Grades 9 And 10, John Bowers Jan 2003

Science And Urban Life: Enter The Automobile. Lesson Plan For Grades 9 And 10, John Bowers

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

The lesson plan is designed to teach students about the invention of the automobile and its impact on history.

This lesson plan was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.

This lesson plan was created between 2003-2005.


Americans On The Move: Grade 5 American History Lesson Plan, Timothy Binkley Jan 2003

Americans On The Move: Grade 5 American History Lesson Plan, Timothy Binkley

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

The lesson plan is designed to teach students about how different forms of transportation aided in the expansion and development of the United States.

This lesson plan was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.