Teaching the Library Research Process

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Scarecrow Press, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 189 pages
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Provides teachers with a comprehensive, sequential program for teaching their students how to use the library research process to write a research paper.

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Teaching the library research process

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Kuhlthau translates the results of her studies on the library research process into a manual for library media specialists and teachers to be used with secondary students. It contains overviews of the ... Read full review

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From 1994, but found it very educational in terms of instructional design of research instruction. Includes info on the components of info behavior effecting the research process, as well as tons of sample activities (easily modified to online research, in my opinion.) Read full review

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Contents

INITIATING A RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT
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An Invitation to Research 11
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Brainstorming and Discussing 18
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