Inquiry Learning

Researching Online

  There is a wealth of information online from every possible point of view. How do you, as a researcher, determine which sites are credible? Which sites can you trust to cite in your inquiry?       Ben Marvin, photo    Start with a few simple questions…… Who is posting the information? …………………………..business, media …

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Documentation

Saskatchewan Online Library Orientation Create, print, and hand in a list of works cited which includes the following entries: a) a book                          (from example) b) an encyclopedia article    (World Book Student edition article, “Crimea”) c) a newpaper article          (from Library Press Display database:  http://www.pressdisplay.com/pressdisplay/showlink.aspx?bookmarkid=V3H6O2ZE0U1&preview=article&linkid=e8f343ec-bd5d-48c3-bcd1-8d885824c60d&pdaffid=b6MhvepX63ItLTxsYkS40Q%3d%3d) d) a website                      (use this website link:  http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-18287223)   Use the online tool, BibMe …

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Research Process

Step 1:  Questioning Define and clarify your information needs. Step 2:  Gathering Locate and retrieve good resources from a variety of sources. Step 3:  Recording Select, process and record relevant data. Step 4:  Outlining Sort and sift the information and make an outline showing the order in which you will present your information. Step 5:  …

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Redefining Research Skills – PD Session

The Research Process Step 1:  Questioning Define and clarify your information needs. Step 2:  Gathering Locate and retrieve good resources from a variety of sources.                   Destiny Library  – GSSD School Library Online Catalogue                   Delicious or Diigo   Social bookmarking site Step 3:  Recording Select, process and record relevant data.                  Microsoft OneNote                  Evernote Step 4:  …

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