Full course description
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the research process from start to finish.
Unit 1: Explore and Engage with the Library
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of information literacy.
Students will identify strategies to prepare for research.
Students will explore school and public library collaboration.
Students will evaluate strategies for shelving and displaying research material.
Unit 2: Questioning Strategies (or Beginning Research)
Students will investigate a variety of information literacy models.
Students will identify strategies for supporting multilingual learners in the research
Students will demonstrate an understanding of a variety of questioning strategies for
learners in grades k-12.
Unit 3: Curate and Engage with Resources
Students will distinguish the differences between the open web and the hidden web.
Students will identify which SDSL databases are appropriate for a variety of research
Students will demonstrate knowledge of a variety of curation tools.
Students will identify strategies for learners to engage with informational text.
Unit 4: Share Learning and Reflect on the Process
Students will identify a variety of methods for sharing information and learning.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the reflection process.