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LIBRARY / RESEARCHSKILLS       ITE Inner City Option         September 13, 2012
Who are you andwhat do youalready know?
HTTP://WWW.POLLEVERYWHERE.COM/
OBJECTIVESBy the end of today’s session, you’ll be able to:   find resources for your practicum (math    manipulatives, t...
oise.library.utoronto.ca                      ACTIVITY #1
FINDING RESOURCES FOR YOUR PRACTICUM         Math manipulatives             Textbooks              Games             And m...
oise.library.utoronto.ca                      ACTIVITY #2
FINDING ARTICLES   Summon Search         vs.  Database Searching
RESEARCH TOPICI’ve heard that boys at the elementary  level are often less interested in  reading than girls. I’m interest...
STEP 2. BRAINSTORM SYNONYMSKeywords           Synonyms
OTHER (FREE) BRAINSTORMING TOOLSLINOIT HTTP://LINOIT.COM
OTHER (FREE) BRAINSTORMING TOOLSHTTP://POPPLET.COM/
STEP 3. SEARCH SPECIFIC DATABASESSearch an education database: ERIC CBCA   Education
STEP 4. SEARCH SUMMONDidn’t find what you’re looking for? Try searching Summon.Refine your results (for example, limit to ...
HTTP://WWW.TDSB.ON.CA/LIBRARIES/CAT.ASP?SCHOOLNO=10
FINDING FREE ONLINE E-RESOURCEShttp://eresources.knowledgeontario.ca/(links to K-6 and 7-12 databases are onthe OISE Libra...
Pat Serafinipat.serafini@utoronto.ca416-978-1903Monique Flaccaventomonique.flaccavento@utoronto.ca416-978-1867QUESTIONS? C...
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  • 9-10:2010:40 – 12:00
  • Monique:Introduce Poll Everywhere – have you studied at UofT before? Have you used Poll Everywhere (or something similar) before?
  • Monique, cont’d
  • Pat
  • Monique -- poll everywhere questions about the websiteQuick overview: Tcards, cash to card, scanning / printing / photocopying, renewals, holds
  • Pat talks – Monique at the keyboardInclude Trillium List
  • Pat’s handout
  • Monique – explains the difference between Summon and database
  • Monique
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    1. 1. LIBRARY / RESEARCHSKILLS ITE Inner City Option September 13, 2012
    2. 2. Who are you andwhat do youalready know?
    3. 3. HTTP://WWW.POLLEVERYWHERE.COM/
    4. 4. OBJECTIVESBy the end of today’s session, you’ll be able to: find resources for your practicum (math manipulatives, textbooks, science kits, children’s books, and more) search Summon and ERIC to find research articles
    5. 5. oise.library.utoronto.ca ACTIVITY #1
    6. 6. FINDING RESOURCES FOR YOUR PRACTICUM Math manipulatives Textbooks Games And more!
    7. 7. oise.library.utoronto.ca ACTIVITY #2
    8. 8. FINDING ARTICLES Summon Search vs. Database Searching
    9. 9. RESEARCH TOPICI’ve heard that boys at the elementary level are often less interested in reading than girls. I’m interested in learning about how technology can be used to encourage boys to read.STEP 1. IDENTIFY (AND UNDERLINE) KEY IDEAS / KEYWORDS.
    10. 10. STEP 2. BRAINSTORM SYNONYMSKeywords Synonyms
    11. 11. OTHER (FREE) BRAINSTORMING TOOLSLINOIT HTTP://LINOIT.COM
    12. 12. OTHER (FREE) BRAINSTORMING TOOLSHTTP://POPPLET.COM/
    13. 13. STEP 3. SEARCH SPECIFIC DATABASESSearch an education database: ERIC CBCA Education
    14. 14. STEP 4. SEARCH SUMMONDidn’t find what you’re looking for? Try searching Summon.Refine your results (for example, limit to journal articles, in English, published after 2005)Save your references.
    15. 15. HTTP://WWW.TDSB.ON.CA/LIBRARIES/CAT.ASP?SCHOOLNO=10
    16. 16. FINDING FREE ONLINE E-RESOURCEShttp://eresources.knowledgeontario.ca/(links to K-6 and 7-12 databases are onthe OISE Library homepage)
    17. 17. Pat Serafinipat.serafini@utoronto.ca416-978-1903Monique Flaccaventomonique.flaccavento@utoronto.ca416-978-1867QUESTIONS? CONTACT US!WE’RE HERE TO HELP!
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