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Ten Steps to Better Online Research - Introduction - 2017

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An introduction to our upcoming video-based course on ten steps to better online research

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Ten Steps to Better Online Research - Introduction - 2017

  1. 1. The billions spent to connect and equip schools is wasted unless students know how to retrieve useful information.
  2. 2. Students show up at college “beyond hope… they have an ingrained coping behavior called getting by with Google” - University College of London
  3. 3. “Literacy skills overlap with safety skills” - Harvard Berkman Center
  4. 4. “Leaving information literacy to librarians alone suggests a failure to understand the scope of the problem” Geoffrey Nunberg Professor, UC Berkeley
  5. 5. Many teachers - and parents - lack research skills, so they don’t know how to model these skills or set high expectations of students.
  6. 6. Information literacy cannot be learned in a week, a semester or a year It must be taught throughout the primary school years to break the culture of use
  7. 7. Teach broad concepts and strategies, not how to use specific tools Demonstrate measurable payoff to students
  8. 8. Step 1: Develop Essential Habits and Attitudes
  9. 9. Step 2: Think Critically
  10. 10. 2.1 Find an array of authoritative, relevant sources; “interrogate” each for authority, objectivity and relevance
 2.2 Decide how much credibility to accord to each
 2.3 Draw from each to synthesize your own cohesive work

  11. 11. Step 3: Understand the Internet
  12. 12. 3.1 -  How the Internet Works 3.2 - How Search Engines Work 3.3 - Understanding a Web address
  13. 13. Step 4: Plan Your Research
  14. 14. 4.1 -  Planning Your Research 4.2 - Writing Questions 4.3 - Creating Keyword Sets
  15. 15. Step 5: Ask Who, Why & When
  16. 16. 5.1. Who Wrote This? 5.2. Why Did the Author Write This? 5.3. When Was This Written?
  17. 17. Step 6: Dig Deep
  18. 18. Step 7: Use Primary Sources
  19. 19. 7.1. Primary Sources 7.2 Are You Looking at the Original Source?
  20. 20. Step 8: Use All Resources
  21. 21. 8.1 Other Tools to Consider 8.2 Advanced Search Tips 8.3 Connecting With Others
  22. 22. Step 9: Keep Track
  23. 23. Step 10: Put It All Together
  24. 24. 10.1 Synthesis 10.2 Paraphrasing and quoting
  25. 25. Step 1: Develop Essential Habits and Attitudes
  26. 26. Curiosity
  27. 27. Curious Create a Road Map
  28. 28. Curious Bottoms Up
  29. 29. Adaptability
  30. 30. Adaptability Use the Full Toolkit Items in Batman’s utility belt i n c l u d e : B a t a r a n g s , a grappling hook, a gas mask, night vision goggles, sonar, tracers, lock picks, bolas, plastique and a tactical knife. Would Batman use Google only?
  31. 31. Adaptability Power & Limitations “Some articles are of the h i g h e s t q u a l i t y o f scholarship, others are complete rubbish. Use it with an informed understanding of what it is and what it isn’t.”
  32. 32. Imagination
  33. 33. Imagination Precise Keywords Choices
  34. 34. Perseverance
  35. 35. Perseverance Iterate and Track
  36. 36. Perseverance Dig Deep
  37. 37. Perseverance Dig Deep
  38. 38. Perseverance Original/Primary Sources
  39. 39. Perseverance Skeptical “Interrogate” every source. Do not accept the first thing that “sounds good” or “answers” your question or confirms your presumption.
  40. 40. ALWAYS verify critical information with multiple sources.
  41. 41. Perseverance Self-aware
  42. 42. Self Aware Avoid Confirmation Bias
  43. 43. Self Aware Keyword Bias
  44. 44. Self Aware Leverage Keyword Bias
  45. 45. Step 4: Plan Your Research
  46. 46. Most students use Google the way a 5yo plays “20 questions” The fire wild guesses into Google, hoping for a magical answer
  47. 47. When they don’t find the “answers” they wanted, they change their topic to match the information they do find
  48. 48. Write a set of questions
  49. 49. Parts of your topic Topic as part of a whole Pros and Cons What Ifs Brain Write Cover the whole field
  50. 50. Change topic to match your questions!
  51. 51. Select certain “key words” from your questions and then create keyword sets that cover the whole field of questions
  52. 52. Conduct “pre-research” and then ask more questions
  53. 53. Add to your questions and adjust your keywords as you learn. This leads to more targeted questions and more precise keywords

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