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Site of the Day: Common Mythconceptions

Ok, so this one isn't really a site with a tool like the past sites that I've posted. It's actually just a really cool infographic that can be used for digital literacy lessons. How many times do you hear a student declare something as being truth when you know it isn't? Well, Common Mythconceptions gives you an infographic with common "truths" that aren't really that at all and the real truth behind them. I can see it being used to teach students how to research better by looking at something that you know is wrong and having them prove it one way or another. And, frankly, it's just plain cool information!


Check it out and let me know what you think!

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