Introduction to Human Anatomy/Physiology - 2
Research support framework
The following shows where Introduction to Human Anatomy/Physiology - 2 fits into the Research Support Framework developed by PCC Librarians.
- Are the qualities of the results what I need?
- Can these information sources help support my thesis?
- Directed searching in discipline-specific contexts
- Connecting sources and integrating them
Library support of CCOGs
These are the course outcomes and other indicators which require library support.
- Research and critically evaluate various sources of information related to these systems in order to discern reliable scientific information from unsourced information and “pseudoscience”
- Evaluate information on human health and medical research as to its social, environmental, and ethical implications as part of responsible citizenship
- Specific library research assignments require students to access and critically evaluate medical literature
Course integrated research support
These are the ways that the librarians can support information literacy achievement for the students in this course.
- Differentiate scientific and reliable information sources from unmediated sources
- Locate reliable and relevant information sources, determining authority of information providers
- Determine context of information sources and its implications
- Identify indicators of authority and reliability
- Use library databases to locate published articles both in magazines and peer-reviewed journals
- Develop search strategy for background information on topics as well as current information
- Develop a specific topic statement
- Identify synonyms to use in a search strategy
- Identify perspective and point-of-view in information sources