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Suggestions for Designing Effective Library Research Assignments for Student Success
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
(CTLT) Philosophy Hall Room B-02, 10:00am - 11:00am
Instructor: Jesús E. Sanabria, Assistant Professor-Librarian
Available Seats = 15 | Waiting List = 0

The library research assignment requires that students are familiar with several skills and information literacy strategies. At the core of an effective research assignment is a clearly designed question. Come for a discussion of the nature and complications of the research assignments, and together we will discuss some of the difficulties that students experience with investigative questions. We will practice deconstructing research assignments and discover ways to understand how a well-designed question or research assignment that is carefully modelled, could improve the ability of our students to successfully navigate the library and complete projects. Suggestions on how to develop better research questions will be shared as well as ideas on how to model research behaviors.

 
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