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I Need to... Learn How to do Research


 

 

1. Define (Secondary) 2. Plan (Secondary) 3. Research (Secondary) 4. Create (Secondary) 5. Present/Publish (Secondary) 6. Reflect (Secondary)

 


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Resources for Learn to Research
  • eBooks about information literacy -- You have access to a set of eBooks that teach about information literacy. There are two master lists: alphabetical and grouped by each step of the research process. Each book is also accessible from the Resources box in the appropriate step in the Learn to Research section.
  • eBooks about online safety -- You also have access to a few eBooks about online safety.
  • Video tutorials about research process -- The OSLIS committee developed short video tutorials to teach students about various aspects of the research process. There are two master lists: alphabetical and grouped by each step of the research process. Each video is also accessible from the Resources box in the appropriate step in the Learn to Research section.
  • Posters and bookmarks about research process -- Reinforce the six steps of the OSLIS research process with these posters and bookmarks.