The tabs above lead to an instruction module that teaches a research or information literacy strategy.
Each module contains:
These research modules are meant for instructors to embed within a course assignment or course schedule. Each module is a stand alone lesson, meaning that the intended purpose of the E-Textbook is to be used throughout the entirety of a course. It is not recommended that students be assigned the E-Textbook as a single assignment.
These workbooks were developed for students to print and complete while working through the core modules of this E-Textbook in support of their first major research essay. Feel free to use and modify them as you like.
Inform students about the research module content required in your course
Make bridges between course content
Instructor Communication Strategies
Accommodate In-Person Learners
We welcome your feedback! Please fill out the instructor surveys embedded throughout the modules. Also, the librarians at Southworth Library would appreciate your sharing of graded assignments and quizzes with the Instruction and Assessment Librarian, Rachel Santose. We want to understand and assess the efficiency of the E-Textbook as a tool for fulfilling institutional Student Learning Outcomes and Information Literacy Competency Standards. Thank you for your support and collaboration.
Friendly URLs for Student Version of eTextbook
Inquiry Process: http://researchguides.canton.edu/etextbook_inquiryprocess
Explore a Topic: http://researchguides.canton.edu/etextbook_exploretopic
Defining Keywords: http://researchguides.canton.edu/etextbook_definingkeywords
Basic Research Strategies: http://researchguides.canton.edu/etextbook_basicresearchstrategies
Evaluation of Print Resources: http://researchguides.canton.edu/etextbook_evaluationprint
Evaluation of Online Resources: http://researchguides.canton.edu/etextbook_evaluationonline
Citing Sources: http://researchguides.canton.edu/etextbook_citingsources
Advanced Search Strategies: http://researchguides.canton.edu/etextbook_advancedstrategies
In the Instructor version of the Research E-Textbook (the tabs that follow), you will find the student content of the E-Textbook in the left-hand column of each page and instructor information -- notes, assignments, and other content -- in the right-hand column.
Please feel free to copy content and adapt for your use.