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Research and Information Skills Exploration (RISE) : Library Instruction 2.0

Description

As of summer 2022, Ottenheimer Library has actively begun to switch up how we do library instruction. These sessions focus heavily on building upon student's prior knowledge as forms of representation, engagement, and expression all of which are elements of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). In these sessions, students have the opportunity to apply what they have learned and engage in active learning opportunities. Each session also focuses on one aspect of research so students can truly refine their research and critical thinking skills. More sessions are to come. 

  • Hannah Hurdle at hfhurdle@ualr.edu
  • Louise Lowe at llowe@ualr.edu
  • Chelsea Young at kcyoung2@ualr.edu

Research Methods - Filters

Research Methods - Keywords

Research Methods - Boolean Operators

Research Methods - Research Questions

Student Learning (Research Experiences for Undergraduates, REU)

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Research Methods - Evaluation (Peer Review Sources)