booleansearch

Human Booleans

Our classmates led a presentation using this activity, and we loved it!  Facilitators read a series of criteria, and ask students to stand up in response to anything that applies to them.  Along the way, they get a visual representation

booleansearch

Human Booleans

Our classmates led a presentation using this activity, and we loved it!  Facilitators read a series of criteria, and ask students to stand up in response to anything that applies to them.  Along the way, they get a visual representation

scavenger-hunt

Information Scavenger Hunt

Create a web-based or bricks-and-mortar scavenger hunt for information or resources.  This might include books on a theme, library tools, credible websites, or data. Use in public libraries to encourage book discovery, or in K-12 settings as a library orientation

scavenger-hunt

Information Scavenger Hunt

Create a web-based or bricks-and-mortar scavenger hunt for information or resources.  This might include books on a theme, library tools, credible websites, or data. Use in public libraries to encourage book discovery, or in K-12 settings as a library orientation

questions or decision making concept

Post-It Brainstorm

In the post-it note brainstorm, students write reactions, ideas, concepts or other thoughts on post-it notes (one per note), then create a concept map by group notes that expressing similar ideas. This is a great, tactile tool for that caters

questions or decision making concept

Post-It Brainstorm

In the post-it note brainstorm, students write reactions, ideas, concepts or other thoughts on post-it notes (one per note), then create a concept map by group notes that expressing similar ideas. This is a great, tactile tool for that caters

Research Topic

Defining Research Questions

Selecting aspects of a topic to research can be tough, especially for younger students who may, without guidance, collect a mishmash of random, unrelated facts.  This handout and activity helps students pick research questions that are relevant to them and

Research Topic

Defining Research Questions

Selecting aspects of a topic to research can be tough, especially for younger students who may, without guidance, collect a mishmash of random, unrelated facts.  This handout and activity helps students pick research questions that are relevant to them and

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Google’s Research Lessons

Click here or the link in the annotation below to access the resource. Google has created fifteen information-seeking lessons to use in finding relevant results in Google for beginner, intermediate, and advanced researchers.  Examples include: Beginner: Apply filtering tools and

google1

Google’s Research Lessons

Click here or the link in the annotation below to access the resource. Google has created fifteen information-seeking lessons to use in finding relevant results in Google for beginner, intermediate, and advanced researchers.  Examples include: Beginner: Apply filtering tools and

GoingGoogle

Going Google: Powerful Tools for 21st Century Learning by Jack Covili

Click the picture or the title below to see more information about the book. Going Google: Powerful Tools for 21st Century Learning by Jack Covili provides chapters on a variety of Google applications that can be used in the classroom,

GoingGoogle

Going Google: Powerful Tools for 21st Century Learning by Jack Covili

Click the picture or the title below to see more information about the book. Going Google: Powerful Tools for 21st Century Learning by Jack Covili provides chapters on a variety of Google applications that can be used in the classroom,

googlesearchstar

Ten Techniques to Make Yourself a Google Search Star

Access the resource by clicking on the picture or here. Richard Byrne, the blogger behind the award-winning Free Technology for Teachers, has created a poster that can be printed and distributed to students or hung that outlines how to effectively

googlesearchstar

Ten Techniques to Make Yourself a Google Search Star

Access the resource by clicking on the picture or here. Richard Byrne, the blogger behind the award-winning Free Technology for Teachers, has created a poster that can be printed and distributed to students or hung that outlines how to effectively