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Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
Information Literacy Week 3: Concept Mapping
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  • Primary Sources are those that are closest to the actual event, time period, or person in question. The information has not been edited, it’s purely original.
  • Secondary Sources are those that interpret the original information from the primary source. The information is subjective and reflective of the information found.
  • Telephone game.
  • For your topic and research questions, start thinking in terms of keywords.
  • For your topic and research questions, start thinking in terms of keywords.
  • For your topic and research questions, start thinking in terms of keywords.
  • Coke can description activity
  • A word cloud is a visual representation of the importance of words in a body of text.Word clouds can also help you find useful keywords for searching.Use a word cloud to determine keywords from your research questions. You can also copy and paste an Abstract or summary from one of your resources to find better keywords.
  • Have the students copy and paste an article that they discover through a Google search pertaining to their main topic. Let them see keywords emerge in their Wordle picture.
  • Credo Reference Concept Map Another tool for brainstorming a topic Can be used if you get stuck and are having trouble finding information on your topicGoogle Related Search Provides related search terms to help narrow or expand your topic
  • Go through take-home assignment.
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    • 1. Research Step #1 – Define the Need<br />INF1100 – Week 3 <br />LRC<br />
    • 2.
    • 3. Primary Sources<br />
    • 4. Secondary <br />Sources<br />
    • 5. Class Activity<br />Primary vs. Secondary Information<br />
    • 6. Scholarly vs. Popular Periodicals<br />
    • 7.
    • 8. Keywords and Word Clouds<br />
    • 9. Class Activity<br />Keyword Exercise<br />
    • 10. Word Clouds<br />
    • 11. Class Activity<br />Wordle Word Cloud Exercise<br />
    • 12. Keywords and Word Clouds<br />Credo Reference Concept Map<br />Google Related Search<br />
    • 13. Info Lit Assignment #3<br />Google Related Search & Credo Concept Mapping<br />
    • 14. For Next Class…<br /><ul><li>Read Chapter 2
    • 15. Prepare for Chapter 2 Quiz
    • 16. Info Lit Assignment #3 – Concept Mapping</li>

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