Successful strategies for teaching undergraduate research / edited by Marta Deyrup and Beth Bloom.
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|Kirtland Community College Library||LB 2369 .S833 2013||30775305465636||General Collection||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780810887169 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- ISBN: 0810887169 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Physical Description: x, 192 pages ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Lanham : Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2013.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Undergraduates and library research: what's changed, what hasn't, what now? / Mary W. George -- The State of Teaching Today. Research questions and the research question: what are we teaching when we teach research? / Heidi L.M. Jacobs -- Understanding the relationship between good research and good writing / Barbara J. D'Angelo -- Toward the "good" research assignment: a librarian speaks / Roberta Tipton -- Toward the "good" research assignment: an academic speaks / Willilamjames Hull Hoffer -- Teaching new media as a form of writing: explorations in evolving genres / James Elmborg -- From punitive policing to proactive prevention: approaches to teaching information ethics in the college classroom / Maria T. Accardi -- Assessing the information research process / Stephanie Sterling Brasley. -- The Strategies in Action: Four Ideas That Work. Sources before search: a scaffolded approach to teaching research / Stephanie N. Otis -- RAIDS for research / Sara D Miller, Nancy C. DeJoy, Benjamin M. Oberdock -- College students as Wikipedia editors: new pathways to information literacy / Davida Scharf -- Training the trainer: librarians as faculty coaches and workshop designers / Beth Bloom.
In this book the editors have brought together well-known educators from the fields of library science, communication, composition, and education to show you how to develop successful strategies for teaching undergraduates how to conduct basic research and write papers. Chapters cover each step of the research process, beginning appropriately with separate pieces from a librarian and from an academic on how to construct good research assignments. Following chapters cover establishing the research question, assessing the research process, information ethics and the protocols of research, and using new modes and media to communicate research findings. The book fully explores current theories on pedagogy and provides practical demonstrations of how library instruction can reinforce critical thinking and set the groundwork in place for life-long learning. -- From publisher's website.
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