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Page history last edited by Richard Beach 2 years, 7 months ago

Welcome to the wiki for the LRA 2019 round-table session on Conducting Research on Use of Digital Tools for Addressing Climate Change, Friday, December 6, 10:15-11:45


With the potential for a 5-feet sea rise indicated in blue due to climate change, the Marriott Water Street Hotel, site of the LRA 2019 conference, will be under water sometime in the future.


Here's a description of this session.

LRA climate change session.docx

Media literacy resources


Since attendees will only be able to attend a limited number of round tables, to provide attendees with access to all of your presentations, a link to this wiki will be provided in a handout to all attendees so that they can access all of the content at this session.


Here's the wiki for the 2018 LRA session presentations with content from some of the same presenters.


Here's the wiki for the 2019 NCTE session on climate change at the Baltimore conference.


Here's the wiki for the book, Teaching Climate Change to Adolescents: Reading, Writing, and Making a Difference (Routledge/NCTE).


See the list of presenters in the sidebar right column. To add slides, handouts, and/or links for your presentation, select your title in the side bar to access your page for uploading content (some titles needed to be shortened to work on this wiki). Even if you are not able to attend and/or present at this session, please also consider adding content to this wiki.


To add your content:

1. Click on the title of your presentation in the right sidebar. 

2. Click on Edit in the top bar.

3. To add your PP and/or handout files or images, click on Images and Files in the right column to upload your PP and/or handout to the wiki. Then, click on Upload Files to upload content or drag/drop content from your desktop to the open sidebar.

4. Drag your files/images to your presentation page to your presentation page. 

5. Click on Save at the bottom of your page to save your page with your uploads.

6. To add links to your page, type the name of your link. Highlight the text and click on Add Link at the top of the page. Insert the URL and then hit return to create a link. Click on Save at the bottom of the page.

See The PBworks Manual that will show you how to edit or add videos or click on the help link at the top right.


You can also just email your content or links to Richard Beach rbeach@umn.edu and he will upload it to your page.




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