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Olim-Kroch-Uris : The Seven Steps of the Research Process
http://olinuris.library.cornell.edu/ref/research/skill1.htm
Olim-Kroch-Uris : The Seven Steps of the Research Process
The following seven steps outline a simple and effective strategy for finding information for a research paper and documenting the sources you find. Depending on your topic and your familiarity with the library, you may need to rearrange or recycle these steps.
Adapt this outline to your needs.
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Research Helper Model
http://www3.sympatico.ca/sandra.hughes/sandra.hughes/research/researchs.html
Research Helper Model
When you are solving an information problem of answering a research question, you follow a research process or research steps. It is like climbing steps to your answers.
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The 8Ws of Information and Communication
http://eduscapes.com/tap/topic71.htm
The 8Ws of Information and Communication Model
| Watching (Exploring) | Wondering (Questioning) | Webbing (Searching) | Wiggling (Evaluating) | Weaving (Synthesizing) | Wrapping (Creating) | Waving (Communicating) | Wishing (Assessing) |
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Sauce
http://ictnz.com/SAUCE.htm
Sauce
A process model for pupils to use in research, problem solving and inquiry learning
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Information Literacy Models
http://ictnz.com/infolitmodels.htm
Information Literacy Models and Inquiry Learning Models
There are a large number of Information Literacy, Research, or Information Problem Solving models available for teachers to use with pupils.
Here is a selection of some of them .. with brief descriptions
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I-Search
http://virtualinquiry.com/inquiry/isearch.htm
I-Search is "an approach to research that uses the power of student interests, builds a personal understanding of the research process, and encourages stronger student writing"
The key element of this approach is that students select topics of personal interest.
This model also stresses metacognitive thinking. Students are asked to keep a log of their action, thoughts, and feelings as they move through the process. In addition, students are asked to reflect on their previous research experiences to set the stage for an appreciation of the research process.
Selecting a topic => Finding information => Using information => Developing a final product
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Digital Information Fluency Model
http://21cif.com/rkitp/course/elementaryworkshop/
Digital Information Fluency Model
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The State Library of Victoria (Australia) : Model
http://ergo.slv.vic.gov.au/
Research seems pretty easy read a few books, visit a website or two, find some quotes and your assignment is on its way, right? But good research actually takes a bit more work.
This step-by-step guide shows you how to break down research tasks into manageable parts, and find good quality relevant information to make your assignments the best they can be.
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Participatory Media Literacy
https://www.socialtext.net/medialiteracy/index.cgi
Participatory Media Literacy
Participatory media include (but aren't limited to) blogs, wikis, RSS, tagging and social bookmarking, music-photo-video sharing, mashups, podcasts, and videoblogs.
These distinctly different media share three common, interrelated characteristics ....
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Information Literacy Scope and Sequence
http://schoolcomputing.wikia.com/wiki/Information_Literacy_Scope_%26_Sequence
Information Literacy Scope and Sequence
Wiki ... at School Computing
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Information Literacy Scope and Sequence
http://encompass.cerfinfo.com/RSModel.htm
Information Literacy Scope & Sequence
The Research Model of the Information Literacy Scope and Sequence is based on Bloom's taxomony and provides a framework for the key steps in the research process.
Lesson plans are accessible from within the Scope and Sequence.
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Student Research Guide (+ Info. Lit. Model)
http://www.tdsb.on.ca/libraries/files/research_guides.htm
Student Research Guide : Library and Learning Resources
This student guide was developed by the Library and Learning Resources Department of the Toronto District School Board to support the implementation of the Ontario secondary school curriculum and to assist students in developing information literacy skills.
pdf file
This guide presents a step-by-step approach to the research and inquiry process which is applicable in all subject areas. We hope that you will find the templates and examples in this guide to be effective teaching tools.
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The Building Blocks of Research
http://www.noodletools.com/debbie/literacies/information/2engage/infolit2.html
Information Literacy: The Building Blocks of Research
engaging | defining | initiating | locating | examining | recording | communicating | evaluating |
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Information Literacy: Model at Noodle Tools
http://www.noodletools.com/debbie/literacies/information/1over/infolit1.html
Information Literacy: Model at Noodle Tools : An Overview of Design, Process and Outcomes
There is a four step model looking at 1) Information Literacy; 2) Student Skills; & Strategies; 3) Student Outcomes; and 4) Curriculum & Teaching Design
Engaging | Defining | Initiating | Locating | Examining, selecting, comprehending, assessing | Recording, sorting, organizing, interpreting | Communicating, synthesizing | Evaluating |
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Designing for Information Foragers
http://www.internettg.org/newsletter/dec00/article_information_foragers.html
Designing for Information Foragers: A Behavioral Model for Information Seeking on the World Wide Web
This paper explains and elaborates a behavioral model for understanding how people look for information on the Web. The first half briefly reviews a wide range key research to provide a broader context for understanding human information seeking behavior and a starting point for further exploration. The second part proposes a model for organizing design ideas based on this research.
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The Super3
http://academic.wsc.edu/redl/classes/tami/super3.html
The Super3 is the early childhood version of The Big6 Skillstm. The Big6 Skillstm was written by Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz. If you click on their names, you can view more information about them.
Some teachers and librarians were concerned that the Big6 was too much for children. With the Super3, teachers are able to use vocabulary that children understand.
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Comparison of Information Skills Process Models
http://www.ils.unc.edu/daniel/242/InfoSkillsComp.html
Comparison of Information Skills Process Models
- Kuhlthau : Information Seeking
- Eisenberg/Berkowitz : Information Problem-Solving (The Big6 Skills)
- Pitts/Stripling : Research Process
- Pappas/Teppe : Pathways to Knowledge
- McElmeel : S.P.I.R.R.E. Research
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The Big6 : Mike Eisenberg | Bob Berkowitz
http://www.big6.com/
The Big6 : Mike Eisenberg | Bob Berkowitz
The Big6 is an information literacy model. Some people call it a metacognitive scaffold, or an information problem solving strategy.
Developed by Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz, the Big6 is the most widely-known and widely-used approach to teaching information and technology skills in the world
When you apply the Big6 steps, you have an essential framework to approach any information-based question.
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Comparison of Information Skills Process Models
http://www.shambles.net/ITinset/Appendix/ISmod.html
Comparison of Information Skills Process Models
- Kuhlthau : Information Seeking
- Eisenberg/Berkowitz : Information Problem-Solving (The Big6 Skills)
- Irving : Information Skills
- Pitts/Stripling : Research Process
- New South Wales : Information Process
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Shamblesguru 'Info.Lit. Models' Video Picks on YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9EEE812FD4E339BE
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