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Oak Hill's Sr Projects Res Step By Step PPT#3

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Oak Hill's Senior Project Research Step by Step

Oak Hill's Senior Project Research Step by Step

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  • I may be less than objective about this, but I think this version of the presentation is a bit lackluster without the flames that originally revealed the words 'research secrets.' Perhaps I should be more abstemious in my use of transition effects, but I really think the abrogation of this particular device repudiates my assertion that the librarian has mystical, powerful--and sometimes inflammatory--knowledge to share with students.
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  • What have you done so far?
  • Does every research project include these steps?
    Are there other models that describe the research process?
  • Where are you in the process? Which step scares you the most?
  • Where are you in the process? Which step scares you the most?
  • Where are you in the process? Which step scares you the most?
  • Where are you in the process? Which step scares you the most?
  • Where are you in the process? Which step scares you the most?
  • Where are you in the process? Which step scares you the most?
  • Other research you've done in school:
    Who made up the questions?
    Who told you what to find out?
  • What's a subscription database? Who pays for it?
    Why DO we have numbers on the spines of the books?
    What is the "P" word?
  • What's a subscription database? Who pays for it?
    Why DO we have numbers on the spines of the books?
    What is the "P" word?
  • What's a subscription database? Who pays for it?
    Why DO we have numbers on the spines of the books?
    What is the "P" word?
  • Give examples for each of these problems:
  • Give examples for each of these problems:
  • Give examples for each of these problems:
  • Give examples for each of these problems:
  • Give examples for each of these problems:
  • Learn these phrases and you, too, can talk like a librarian.
    Why do you need information to be current?
    Why do you need information to come from experts?
  • Learn these phrases and you, too, can talk like a librarian.
    Why do you need information to be current?
    Why do you need information to come from experts?
  • Learn these phrases and you, too, can talk like a librarian.
    Why do you need information to be current?
    Why do you need information to come from experts?
  • Learn these phrases and you, too, can talk like a librarian.
    Why do you need information to be current?
    Why do you need information to come from experts?
  • A website is BAD if:
    1.
    2.
    3.
  • A website is BAD if:
    1.
    2.
    3.
  • A website is BAD if:
    1.
    2.
    3.
  • Should your working bibliography be in alphabetical order?
  • Should your working bibliography be in alphabetical order?
  • Should your working bibliography be in alphabetical order?
  • Is the information on this slide in notes format or prose?
  • Is the information on this slide in notes format or prose?
  • Is the information on this slide in notes format or prose?
  • Is the information on this slide in notes format or prose?
  • Is the information on this slide in notes format or prose?
  • Is the information on this slide in notes format or prose?
  • Take some notes here--what can you use these resources for?
  • Take some notes here--what can you use these resources for?
  • Take some notes here--what can you use these resources for?
  • Take some notes here--what can you use these resources for?
  • Transcript

    • 1. SENIOR PROJECTS: RESEARCH STEP BY STEP
    • 2. BIG 6 RESEARCH MODEL
    • 3. BIG 6 RESEARCH MODEL • 1. TASK DEFINITION • 2. INFORMATION SEEKING STRATEGIES • 3. LOCATION & ACCESS • 4. USE OF INFORMATION • 5. SYNTHESIS • 6. EVALUATION
    • 4. WHAT WAS THAT AGAIN?
    • 5. WHAT WAS THAT AGAIN? • 1. FOCUS: WHAT IS REQUIRED?
    • 6. WHAT WAS THAT AGAIN? • 1. FOCUS: WHAT IS REQUIRED? • 2. PLAN: HOW WILL I GET IT DONE? WHAT ARE THE QUESTIONS?
    • 7. WHAT WAS THAT AGAIN? • 1. FOCUS: WHAT IS REQUIRED? • 2. PLAN: HOW WILL I GET IT DONE? WHAT ARE THE QUESTIONS? • 3. SEEK: WHERE CAN I FIND ANSWERS?
    • 8. WHAT WAS THAT AGAIN? • 1. FOCUS: WHAT IS REQUIRED? • 2. PLAN: HOW WILL I GET IT DONE? WHAT ARE THE QUESTIONS? • 3. SEEK: WHERE CAN I FIND ANSWERS? • 4. SELECT: WHAT CAN I USE?
    • 9. WHAT WAS THAT AGAIN? • 1. FOCUS: WHAT IS REQUIRED? • 2. PLAN: HOW WILL I GET IT DONE? WHAT ARE THE QUESTIONS? • 3. SEEK: WHERE CAN I FIND ANSWERS? • 4. SELECT: WHAT CAN I USE? • 5. PRODUCE: PUT IT TOGETHER
    • 10. WHAT WAS THAT AGAIN? • 1. FOCUS: WHAT IS REQUIRED? • 2. PLAN: HOW WILL I GET IT DONE? WHAT ARE THE QUESTIONS? • 3. SEEK: WHERE CAN I FIND ANSWERS? • 4. SELECT: WHAT CAN I USE? • 5. PRODUCE: PUT IT TOGETHER • 6. CHECK: DID I DO WHAT I NEEDED TO?
    • 11. THIS TIME IS DIFFERENT
    • 12. THIS TIME IS DIFFERENT • WHY? BECAUSE... • YOU DECIDE THE TASK • YOU HAVE TO KNOW WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW • YOU HAVE TO DECIDE WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW • YOU WILL BE THE EXPERT
    • 13. RESEARCH SECRETS that I will share with you:
    • 14. RESEARCH SECRETS that I will share with you: WHERE IS THE GOOD STUFF? DATABASES, THOSE NUMBERS ON THE BOOKS, AND OTHER LIBRARY MYSTERIES
    • 15. RESEARCH SECRETS that I will share with you: WHERE IS THE GOOD STUFF? DATABASES, THOSE NUMBERS ON THE BOOKS, AND OTHER LIBRARY MYSTERIES HOW DO I USE INFORMATION WITHOUT CHEATING?
    • 16. THE GOOGLE PROBLEM
    • 17. THE GOOGLE PROBLEM You Get What You Pay For
    • 18. THE GOOGLE PROBLEM You Get What You Pay For There IS such a thing as TOO MUCH INFORMATION
    • 19. THE GOOGLE PROBLEM You Get What You Pay For There IS such a thing as TOO MUCH INFORMATION Commercials ruin the show
    • 20. THE GOOGLE PROBLEM You Get What You Pay For There IS such a thing as TOO MUCH INFORMATION Commercials ruin the show TRIANGULATE your data
    • 21. THE LIBRARY SOLUTION
    • 22. THE LIBRARY SOLUTION Licensed databases current, comprehensive, extra features like ready-to-use-citations, images, audio and video
    • 23. THE LIBRARY SOLUTION Licensed databases current, comprehensive, extra features like ready-to-use-citations, images, audio and video Juried research written by experts & reviewed by expert critics
    • 24. THE LIBRARY SOLUTION Licensed databases current, comprehensive, extra features like ready-to-use-citations, images, audio and video Juried research written by experts & reviewed by expert critics Reputable publishers and authors they’ve got a reputation to protect
    • 25. THE LIBRARY SOLUTION
    • 26. THE LIBRARY SOLUTION Reliable websites someone else has done the work for you no lies
    • 27. THE LIBRARY SOLUTION Reliable websites someone else has done the work for you no lies Helpful librarians there are NO STUPID QUESTIONS stubborn, don’t give up easily
    • 28. how to take notes
    • 29. how to take notes READ, THINK, SELECT
    • 30. how to take notes READ, THINK, SELECT Write facts not sentences
    • 31. how to take notes READ, THINK, SELECT Write facts not sentences Keep track of your sources with a WORKING BIBLIOGRAPHY (a word processing doc that’s always open while you’re working)
    • 32. how to read nonfiction
    • 33. how to read nonfiction Use text features
    • 34. how to read nonfiction Use text features Skim and search with purpose
    • 35. how to read nonfiction Use text features Skim and search with purpose Read chunks without writing
    • 36. how to read nonfiction Use text features Skim and search with purpose Read chunks without writing Stop and think, draw conclusions
    • 37. how to read nonfiction Use text features Skim and search with purpose Read chunks without writing Stop and think, draw conclusions Restate in your own words, summarize
    • 38. how to read nonfiction Use text features Skim and search with purpose Read chunks without writing Stop and think, draw conclusions Restate in your own words, summarize Select what is useful to you
    • 39. Google this:
    • 40. Google this: • Oak Hill High School Reference Databases
    • 41. Google this: • Oak Hill High School Reference Databases • Marvel Maine
    • 42. Google this: • Oak Hill High School Reference Databases • Marvel Maine • MaineCat state catalog
    • 43. Google this: • Oak Hill High School Reference Databases • Marvel Maine • MaineCat state catalog • Owl Research (or Owl MLA Style or Owl Plagiarism)

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