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Rodrigo, Rochelle. “Moving from Writing-to-Learn to Multimedia-to-Learn: How & Why.” Third annual Scottsdale Community College TechTalks, Scottsdale, AZ. 6 Feb. 2015.
Many faculty are frustrated by students’ inability to locate, evaluate, and incorporate resources into larger research projects and therefore have ceased to assign them. Information literacy is becoming an increasingly important skill for our students’ professional, academic, civic, and personal lives. Individuals in the 21st century need to know how to locate, access, evaluate and use information resources from a variety of locations in a multitude of modalities. Participants will explore using a six-step scaffolded research project process that incorporates teaching information literacy and critical thinking skills.