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Building Blocks of IERP
Transcript of Building Blocks of IERP
English 5: IERP Learning Outcomes
Students are able to construct criteria for evaluating sources and use it to evaluate an article (IERP 2)
Students understand the basics of developing a search strategy and can use more advanced techniques to search the library catalogs and databases for relevant evidence (IERP 1)
Students understand why to use and cite sources and know how to do so in MLA style (IERP 3 & 4)
English 4: IERP & CT Learning Outcomes
Students are able to evaluate sources of information using provided criteria (IERP 2)
Students are able to seek and identify confirming and opposing evidence relevant to original and existing theses (CT 2a)
Students are able to use some interdisciplinary databases for finding information (e.g., Opposing Viewpoints, Multisearch) (IERP 1)
Students understand how to cite sources and avoid plagiarism (IERP 3 & 4)
English 4 and 5
At least one library session is required for each section of English 4 and 5
Students are learning general evaluation and research skills that they will later apply to a discipline
Information Evaluation and Research Practices
WID: IERP Learning Outcomes
IERP in the context of a discipline:
Develop search strategies and use library catalogs and databases to find relevant material [for a discipline] (IERP1)
Critically evaluate sources [in a discipline] (IERP2)
Integrate and cite evidence appropriately [for a discipline] (IERP3)
Understand the concept of intellectual property and practice academic honesty (IERP4)