In an age where the sea of information is constantly expanding, knowing where to look for quality information is a vital skill. In order to complete their assignments, students need to know where to locate materials in the library, both physically and online. INTD 105 research skills instruction can teach students how to utilize the resources available through Milne Library.
A librarian can design a lesson that incorporates locating information via:
Students have a wealth of information available to them, and they need to know how to determine if the content they select is appropriate for their assignments. INTD 105 research skills instruction can provide students with the strategies they need to evaluate information and choose appropriate sources.
A librarian can design a lesson that incorporates evaluating information such as:
One of the hallmarks of academic writing is the ability to make evidenced-based arguments. As we move into an era where fact and fiction are blurred, it is vital to teach students how to how to develop informed positions and use information ethically. As part of that, INTD 105 research skills instruction can help students understand how to integrate sources into their writing and the reasons for citing their sources.
A librarian can design a lesson about integrating sources such as:
Fraser Hall Library is the home of KnightScholar Services, which encourages the creation, access, curation, and preservation of scholarly, creative, and cultural works produced by the SUNY Geneseo community.
Fraser Hall Library is the home of the award winning IDS Project, a collaboration of over 100 libraries supporting and enhancing resource sharing.