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In small groups, students are asked to develop "rules" for the use of something that they have created. After considering an information source they have used in an assignment, students will reflect on the source's rules of use and the perspective of the creator of that source.
Using clips from the “Just Google It”: Algorithms of Oppression video and searching activities, students are asked to "critically examine results of google image searches as an illustration of inequities". Students created a shared file with images and thoughts that represented what they learned.