Required Pre-Workshop Homework: Library Research 101 Tutorial & Notebook
In this active learning session, students learn about Kennedy Library’s resources and services and ways to get research help, and participate in activities where they practice searching strategically in the library's catalog and databases and evaluate the credibility and quality of information sources. You can view the Research Workshop presentation slides. As a part of our flipped classroom model, we kindly ask that students complete the Library Research 101 Tutorial & Notebook homework before attending their workshop. Learn about the tutorial here.
Required Pre-Workshop Homework: Finding Data Tutorial and Notebook
In this workshop, students will learn how to find and analyze data sets appropriate for their topic and use tools to turn data into compelling visuals. The Intro to Data Visualization Workshop presentation slides and Finding Data Tutorial and Notebook are available here.
We offer self-guided library research tutorials for asynchronous courses. View our list of tutorials.
We (Librarians and LibRAT Peer Instructors) can engage and connect with students in your course via the Canvas Librarian role. In previous courses, we've provided Q&A opportunities via discussion boards, but we're open to trying new ways to support students as they work on their research! This embedded partnership also allows the librarian to gather student feedback from the Research Notebook activity (e.g., research skills that may need more support). If you'd like to embed your librarian, Mercedes Rutherford-Patten, into your Canvas course, follow these directions. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.