Lesson Design & Support for Faculty - MVRHS Library
Use this for ideas about how the library can help you teach students information literacy skills. No need to fill everything out, just whatever you think would help to share.
Check all that apply
How many students?
When do you expect students to have this assignment completed?
When and where is the class meeting to work on this?
Please include desired dates and location - library, LCR, your classroom, etc.
How will the students be grouped, if at all?
Would you like help with assessment?
I'm glad to offer a variety of assessments related to research skills: formative, summative, rubrics, checklists, etc.
Ideally, what will the final product look like?
Where do you expect students go to find what they need? Check any that apply.
Local history archives
Other island orgs (libraries, museums, town offices)
Off-island libraries, museums
Experts in the field
Library/Information Literacy Skills
What would you like me to teach, or help you teach?
Use MLA Style
Use APA Style
Use Chicago / Turabian Style
Use online database(s) (see "Research Tools" question)
Write a thesis statement
Write an annotated bibliography
Give a seminar / workshop
Give a booktalk
Prepare for a debate
Design brochures and newsletters
Give a presentation / effectively speak in public
Design a slide presentation
Create a website or blog
Use social media to build credibility
Write an elevator pitch
Ask an essential question
Ethically borrow, refer to, modify, and/or share information
Would you like more info/training/support/teaching these to you and/or your students. (Links and more info at:
U.S. History in Context
World History in Context
Science in Context
Biography in Context
Global Issues in Context
Opposing Viewpoints in Context
New York Times Archive
Literature Resource Center
Gale Virtual Reference Library
Vocations & Careers
Books & Authors
Business Insights: Essentials
Health & Wellness Center
Government Websites and Databases
Non-Fiction, Reference Books & Catalog
Using the Boston Public Library Research Databases, including JStor
Effective use of search engines / specialized search engines
What will students use to complete their assignment? Training is available for:
Writing, editing & sharing (Word, Google Docs, Pages)
Audio editing & sharing (Podcasting, Audacity, Soundcloud, VoiceThread)
Video editing & sharing (iMovie, Final Cut Express, Youtube)
Photo editing & sharing (Photoshop, Picnik, Flickr)
Presentation (Powerpoint, Google Presentation, Prezi, Keynote)
Tabulating (Excel, Google Spreadsheets, Numbers)
Website design (Wordpress, Google Sites, Blogger, Weebly, Wix, Wikis, Dreamweaver)
Survey and Feedback (Google Forms, SurveyMonkey)
Social media for the classroom (Twitter, Facebook, Edmodo)
Fabrication equipment (3D Printer, Shop Tools, Building Materials)
Publishing (Shutterfly, CreateSpace, Blurb)
Animation (Toondoo, Wideo)
Games (Scratch, Sporcle, JeopardyLabs)
Any other questions, comments, or concerns:
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