Designing Instruction Activities to Guide Students through the Research Lifecycle: A Science Librarian Approach

A set of PowerPoint slides (part1-part3) presented by Ye Li at the 246th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Indianapolis, IN. The presentation highlighted the importance of going beyond traditional information literacy scope and expanding science librarians' role in instructions to guide students throughout the research lifecyle. A three levels (first/second-year undergraduates,junior/senior undergraduates and graduate students) curriculum design is depicted and described in the presentation.

Author:  
Dr. Ye Li (University of Michigan)
Learning Objectives:  
Design instructions beyond the traditional information literacy scope.
Learning Objectives:  
Identify relevant key skills throughout the research lifecycle science librarians can help students and researchers with.
Audience:  
Faculty/Lecturer
Audience:  
Librarian/Information Specialist
Level of Expertise:  
Beginner
Created:  
Fri, 2013-10-04
Language(s):  
English
Subjects:  
The Library and Literature for Chemists
Subjects:  
Scientific Literature and Scholarly Communication
Subjects:  
Guides to Chemical Information Resources
Subjects:  
Search Skills for Bibliographic Databases
Subjects:  
Laboratory Work - Search Tools and Techniques
Subjects:  
Undergraduate Research - Search Tools and Techniques
Subjects:  
In-Depth Research – Search Tools and Techniques
Subjects:  
Communicating in Chemistry
Type of Material:  
Course
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