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I used a mixture of tables and checklists for my APA Job Aid. The GoogleDoc Outline Format makes it easy to get to the information I need quickly. Color coordinating also helps me to make sense of information so I also added highlighted information on different topics in various colors.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WolpEcGv58Eh6CvPV0YxGIlRnS8BFosRRfXkfvGjg1s/edit?usp=sharing
APA Job Aid
APA Job Aid
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Morning +Carmen Weaver,

I had a quick question regarding the APA Job Aid. I am doing my best to write the aid in my own words when I can, but some of the information is just coming straight from the manual. I noticed that the rubric for the assignment says "Page numbers are sufficient in the job aid when the full citation is included in the front matter of the job aid".

I am planning to cite the APA manual at the beginning of the aid and reference page numbers throughout the document. Is that correct? I just wanted to make sure I was understanding the citations for this assignment and that we did not need to cite the manual throughout the aid.

Thanks so much! :)

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Hi there!

My name is Katie Sharpe. I am originally from the Oklahoma City area but I grew up here in Memphis. One unique thing about me is that I have visited almost every state in the U.S. I still have a few states to knock out here and there but, needless to say, I love to travel!


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Such a cool research tool! Already looking forward to giving Research Map a try. I think this resource will be especially helpful to fellow visual learners/researchers who like to see how things are connected and where there are areas for growth within certain topics.

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This article highlights some of the instructional technology "shifts" that have taken place in middle and high schools in recent years. While I'm not sure how I feel about paper being completely absent from the classroom, I do think this article does a nice job of explaining how educational settings are changing and how they will likely continue to change. I am particularly interested in the shift that is taking place regarding the role of the teacher. I have always felt that teachers should be a guide in the learning process rather than the provider of information and it appears from a lot of what I've been reading that this shift is being talked about more and more. Exciting changes!

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