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How did you learn about the HeLIOS tutorial?
School Library Media article
Informed Transitions book chapter
ACRL PRIMO Site of the Month
Postcard describing HeLIOS
How is HeLIOS being used by your students?
Individual lessons are assigned as homework.
Lessons are shown in a classroom presentation.
Students work through the lessons in the classroom individually.
Teaching slides are used for a classroom presentation.
Which of the lessons have you found to be the most valuable for your students?
Developing a Research Question
Finding Information Online
Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due
Primary vs. Secondary Resources
How to Use the Library Catalog
Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing
Information Ethics Dialogue
Critically Evaluating Information
Advanced Search Techniques
Scholarly & Popular Articles
On a scale of 1 to 5, how effective do you think the HeLIOS tutorial is in teaching information literacy skills to students?
(5 being the most effective)
What improvements could be made to the tutorial?
Which best describes your occupation?
public school librarian
If you are a school librarian or teacher, in what type of school do you work?
If you work in a school, what grade levels do you work with?
Elementary (grades 1-5)
Middle (grades 6 & 7)
Junior High (grades 8 & 9)
High School (grades 10-12)
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