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Searching and Finding Integration Kit

Overview

Without a formal introduction to the library, many students are unaware of all of the resources they have access to for research through the library while attending UW-Green Bay. Without an introduction, many students rely only on what they find in a Google search or in Google Scholar for their assignments, missing out on great resources they have access to. 

This activity is designed to provide your students with a very basic introduction of how to use library resources to find information for academic research through a Canvas video quiz. This activity specifically introduces students to using Search@UW. 

Learning Objectives

  1. Students will begin learning how to use library resources for their academic research.
  2. Students will learn where to go for research assistance.

A librarian can come to your class to run this lesson for you, or a librarian can customize a lesson for your class based around your unit of study or assignment requirements. Please contact us if you are interested in this option.

If you prefer to cover this information literacy topic on your own, you will find all the plans and materials you need below.

Class Materials

If you are interested in this activity for your course, contact your liaison librarian who will provide you with the video quiz to add in your canvas course. 

Did you use any of these materials?

Please complete this quick one-minute survey letting us know which materials you used. We use this information for assessment and reporting statistics to the IPEDS survey. You can include optional feedback on how our lessons worked for your students, to help us improve our lessons and materials. Thank you!

Information Literacy Integrations Survey