What's New with MLA 8?
Learn the Basics and Activity Ideas for the Classroom
The new and improved MLA 8th Edition is here! Ready to learn the basics? Interested in seeing how it differs from MLA 7? Want to know how to make teaching citations fun and exciting? Follett and EasyBib have teamed together to show you all of the above!
During this webinar, EasyBib's In-House Librarian, Michele Kirschenbaum, provides a run-down of MLA 8's key features and provides activities to help students learn the ins and outs of citing sources.
Co-sponsors Follett and Easybib, a Chegg service, also give a short peek of their product integration at the end of the webinar.
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Michele Kirshenbaum is the in-house librarian at Chegg, where she is responsible for writing citation and resource guides. In addition to her duties at Chegg, Michele is a school librarian for the New York City Department of Education and is an executive board member for the New York City School Library Association.
Julie Knutson is an experienced social studies educator and curriculum writer, with tenure teaching at the middle and high school levels. Julie holds an M.A. in art history, and staunchly advocates for the integration of arts education into all content areas. In 2010, while working with FotoFest’s Literacy Through Photography program in Houston, TX, she authored “Contemporary U.S. Photography,” a curricular companion to the organization’s biennial.
Currently, Julie works as an academic consultant for Follett School Solutions. She is active in the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS), serving on the board for the Future and Advancement of the Social Studies (FASSE), and also occupies a seat on the board of Students of Strength, an online academic mentoring and coaching service.
Originally posted September 17, 2016 / Updated October 26, 2016