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Instructional Tools & Matrix

Woksape Tipi Research Trail: Information Literacy Program

The Big6™ Skills

big6.com Super3

1. Task Definition-*Define the information problem    *Identify information needed    (to solve the information problem)

       What is my current task?          What are some topics or questions I need to answer?     What information will I need?

 

2. Information Seeking Strategies-*Determine all possible sources (brainstorm)      *Select the best sources

       What are all the possible sources to check?     What are the best sources of information for this task?

 

3. Location and Access-*Locate sources (intellectual & physical)      *Find information within sources

        Where can I find these sources?        Where can I find the information in the source?

 

4. Use of Information-*Engage (e.g., read, hear, view, touch)      *Extract relevant information

       What information do I expect to find in this source?      That information from the source is useful?

 

5. Synthesis-*Organize from multiple sources      *Present the information

       How will I organize my information? How should I present my information?

 

6. Evaluation-*Judge the product (effectiveness)         *Judge the process (efficiency)

       Did I do what was required?

      Did I complete each of the Big6 Stages efficiently.

 

The Super3

Same basic elements as the Big6

 1. Plan - (Beginning)-When students get an assignment or a task, BEFORE they start doing anything, they should think:

         •  What am I supposed to do?      • What will it look like if I do a really good job?      • What do I need to find out to do the job?

          Big6 Steps:•  Task Definition   •  Information Seeking Strategies

 

 2. Do - (Middle)-In the Middle the students DO the activity. This is where YOU read, view, tell, make a picture, etc.

          Big6 Steps:•  Location and Access      •  Use of Information      •  Synthesis

 

 3. Review - (End)-Before finishing the product and turning it in, students should stop and think— Is this done?

          •       Did I do what I was supposed to do?      •       Do I feel ok about this?      •       Should I do something else before I turn it in?

 

 The "Big6™" is copyright © (1987) Michael B. Eisenberg and Robert E. Berkowitz.

For more information, visit: www.big6.com Super3 information from http://academic.wsc.edu/redl/classes/tami/super3.html,

 created by Tami J. Little. Handout created by: Barbara J. Shoemaker, School Media Specialist, Mill Road Elementary,

K-2 Red Hook Central School District, Red Hook, Ny

 

          CREDO INFORMATION LITERACY PROGRAM       

 Library & Life: Why Is It Important?

Video - Information Literacy: Why Is It Important

Research Process and Choosing a Topic

 

Video – The Research Process

Tutorial – Choosing a Topic

Video – So You Just Got Assigned a Research Paper

Narrowing Your Topic

Research Process and Choosing a Topic

 

Video – The Research Process

Tutorial – Choosing a Topic

Video – So You Just Got Assigned a Research Paper

Narrowing Your Topic

Reference and Searching Techniques

Video – Refining Search Results

Video – Search Techniques: Part 1

Video – Search Techniques: Part 2

Video – Types of Resources

Video – The Research Process

Tutorial – Choosing a Topic

Video – So You Just Got Assigned a Research Paper

Narrowing Your Topic

Choosing a Database

 

Video – Choosing a Database

Writing a Paper

 

Video – Anatomy of a Research Paper

Video – Writing Help Video Writing Help

Citing Resources

 

Video – Citing Resources

Plagiarism *

Video - Academic Integrity

Evaluating Information

Video – Citation Needed

Tutorial – Evaluating Resources

Video – Choosing the Best Web Resources

Video – Peer Review

Putting Your Information Literacy Skills to Use

Tutorial – Putting Your Skills to Use

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