here which requires a 100 word abstract of the proposed chapter and a sample learning activity. You have to identify a specific discipline, or a specific audience (e.g. first-year students)
Final chapters will be 2,000-3,000 words in length and have a fixed structure: "it will begin with an overview of that specific aspect of fake news and be grounded in the established scholarship. Next it will include a brief annotated list of accessible readings that could be assigned to participants ahead of a workshop when appropriate. Authors will be asked to house a student-friendly PowerPoint version of their chapter in the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Sandbox; the teaching librarian could use it as-is or modify it for the direct instruction portion of a session. Finally, each chapter will include hands-on activities and discussion prompts that could be used in the actual workshop." Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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