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Diagnostic questions for students to be answered with TurningPoint personal response clickers at the opening of a research lesson about using deep web resources/online databases. These are made-up …

Diagnostic questions for students to be answered with TurningPoint personal response clickers at the opening of a research lesson about using deep web resources/online databases. These are made-up examples of answers, but the intention is that these questions will help the instructor decide which databases to introduce and how to continue guiding students in the research process.

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  • 1. Tell us about you. Answer a few questions to help us help you.Image source: “Human Brain Evolution” by HawkExpress on Flickr, http://www.flickr.com/photos/hawkexpress/4734545741/
  • 2. How many sources have youconsulted so far? (choose 1) 33% 33% 33%1. None.2. 1-23. 3-44. 5 or more 0% 2 4 e . ne 1- 3- or No m or 5
  • 3. What kind of resources have youused so far? (choose all that apply)1. Books 100% 100%2. Websites3. Newspapers 67%4. Online databases 33% 33%5. Interviews6. Other 0% s s s er s ... er e ok w h as sit ie ap Bo Ot b rv eb sp ta te W da w In Ne e in l On
  • 4. Which subject best describes yourtopic and would be most useful toyou? (choose 1 or 2) 50% 50% 50%1. Cultural (e.g. African-American or Latino)2. Science and Technology3. Arts, Music, 0% Sports ... . hy ... ...4. Biography S Te .g p c, ra (e i d us og an l ra M Bi ce tu s, l en Cu t Ar i Sc
  • 5. Thank You!Image source: “Brain Ventricles 4” by Luciana Christante on Flickr, http://www.flickr.com/photos/vivacomopuder/3129593278/

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