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Supporting Inquiry

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on 19 November 2015

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Transcript of Supporting Inquiry

How can the library team support inquiry projects & promote information literacy?
1. Provide
ACCESS
to good information: SEARCHING

3.
CITE

the information:
NOTE TAKING & BIBLIOGRAPHY
4.
CREATE
the final product:
WRITING
, &
PARENTHETICAL CITATIONS
5. Review:
PROOFREADING

6.
SHARE
the final product:
PUBLISH
2. Help students to
EVALUATE
the information they find:
CRITICAL THINKING
a. Books
b. Online Websites
c. Research Databases

a. Website Evaluation

b. Use your
EasyBib
account
(school subcription online citation makter)

a.
Take reserach notes
pharaphrasing and quoting information

b.
Create a bibliography
to give credit to the authors using an
EasyBib
account

a. Creative ideas for differentiating the final product using
Web 2.0 tools

b.
Parenthetical Citations
(in-text citations)

a.
Ask
the librarian for
help!

b.
Proofread
and edit before submitting

c.
Reflect
on the research process: What would you do differently next time?

a.
Post
work online (class blog, library website, etc)

b.
Practice
for oral presentation (see your librarian for help!)

c.
Display
work in the classroom or library

Library Tools & Resources:
See handout for possible library tutorials and services (too many to list here!)
Keyword Brainstorm worksheet
Web Search In Plain English video
Learn Now BC Research Databases
How to Search in EBSCO
handout
District subscriptions to World Book Online, EBSCO, Gale, etc
Library Tools & Resources:
• Librarian can demonstrate an example of a good website and an unreliable website


Tutorials
: Evaluating websites using your critical thinking skills and EasyBib


Resources
:
Website Evaluation Checklist
handout,
How to use EasyBib
handout, school subscription to EasyBib (online citation maker)

Library Tools & Resources:
Library Tools & Resources:
Library Tools & Resources:
Library Tools & Resources:

Tutorials:
How to take research notes, How to create a bibliography using EasyBib


Resources
:
My Research Notes sheet,

How to use

EasyBib handout
, EasyBib citation guides, school subscription to EasyBib (online citation maker),
Interactive Plagiarism Tutorial
from Acadia University:
http://library.acadiau.ca/sites/default/files/library/tutorials/plagiarism/



• Librarian can help students with
public speaking
, and creating/showing their work with
Web 2.0 tools
(see handout)

• Librarian can help students to access
technology
: computer lab, printer, laptops, iPad minis, etc

• Tutorial:
How to use Parenthetical Citations

• Resources:
Parenthetical citation

PowerPoint
,
Parenthetical practice worksheet
,

EasyBib Parenthetical citation guides, Interactive Plagiarism Tutorial from Acadia University,
Supporting Inquiry with Web 2.0 tools handout

• Librarian can mark the bibliography
and in-text citations for your class inquiry project

• Peer tutors in Homework Club
in the LLC can help proofread student work


Resources
: sample citation evaluation rubric
for Junior and Senior grades

• Librarian can help post student work onto a
classroom blog
or
library website
or display work in the library

• Librarian can
book out the library
for oral presentations, performances, gallery walk, etc

• Resources: Student and staff Word Press blogs can be hosted on district servers to publish student work safely

INFORMATION LITERACY

“The ability to
access, evaluate, use and share
information effectively and ethically”

(Saskatchewan Ministry of Education, 2008, p.47)
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