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Research comes in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes a break from the usual can make class more exciting — for both student and teacher. The librarians urge you to consider using library resources for something different.
Any project which requires students to find and evaluate information helps them hone critical thinking and information literacy skills. Try one of the projects listed below.
Contact a librarian if you want help structuring your new project. Use the library and online resources to create a topical flyer or brochure.
Create a presentation using Photo Story 3 free Microsoft download that allows for voice and music. Conduct a SWOT analyses strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats comparing two companies. Prepare a CD describing a person, place, historical period, or event.
Include music, cultural history, quotations, and a timeline. Create a thesaurus of terms for a broad topic. Create a picture or chart to depict the subject.
Find two peer-reviewed articles on the same topic. What do they have in common?
Compare an article in a scholarly journal with an article on the same topic in a popular magazine. Make a table or chart identifying your comparison points. Use research to write a policy for your field.
Describe the steps you used for research. Create an assignment guide for your topic similar to the library guides.
Include a short introductory paragraph; add three useful books, two databases, and at least three Internet sites appropriate for a college paper. Each book should be appropriate for a college library. The instructor has given you five articles on a single topic.
List the resources you used. Prepare a list of handouts for a topic or chapter. Write an "ignorance paper. Prove your points through your research.Answer the question: What's It Like Where You Live?
Learn about terrestrial biomes and aquatic ecosystems. Follow link to site about plants. Research comes in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes a break from the usual can make class more exciting – for both student and teacher. The librarians urge you to consider using library resources for something different.
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Research comes in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes a break from the usual can make class more exciting – for both student and teacher. The librarians urge you to consider using library resources for something different.
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