Research Round Up
Information Literacy Tips and Tricks
Section 1: Super3 Research Steps
What do I need to get the job done?
What do I want it to look like when I'm done?
I need to ask questions, read, and take notes.
I need to use the information I find to create something.
Am I proud of what I've done?
Is there something else I should do before I say I am done?
Section 2: Databases and Citations
- information is current and accurate
- citations are included
- different reading levels, languages, and vocabulary support
- multiple resources all in one place (text, audio, video, images, etc.)
- it can be called works cited or bibliography
- protects the intellectual property of the creator
- you do not have to cite facts (the sun is yellow... Obama is the president... cats have 4 legs... etc...)
- plagiarism is against the law
- when in doubt... cite!
B- Book (or website) title
Dumas, Elizabeth. "Giving Credit! Cite Your Sources." 19 September, 2009. Accessed 1 November 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_ptGXje4Jk
Lima Primary Library. "Super 3 Research!" n.d. Accessed 1 November 2015. http://www.hflcsd.org/webpages/tpulver/super.cfm
Off Road Teaching, "Introduction to the Super3." 23 January 2014. Accessed 1 November 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w30GLM-JtZs