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Library instruction for R 210 / Martha Bailey (SS)
Instructor name: Martha Bailey Students refer to me as: Martha Instructor e-mail: email@example.com Instructor phone: 971-722-3096 Instructor location: Rock Creek Preferred contact: e-mail Course subject: Religious Studies - R Course number: 210 Course CRN: 22568 Number of Students: 30 ADA provisions needed: no Preferred Date: 2013-04-08 Preferred Time: 11:00 am Alternate Date: 2013-04-10 Alternate Time: 10:00 am Duration: 50Minutes Do you need time to discuss non-library matters with your class on the day of library instruction? Yes If yes please specify: I'd like to take less than 3 minutes for each student to create a Google doc; we will already have reviewed how to do it. Assignment description and sample topics: This will be a targeted presentation on how to use the Religion subject research guide and related resources to do research for their choice among seven options. I will put the assigned librarian onto the class list, in order to give access to all the assignment information/syllabus, etc. Upload class assignment and other relevant documents: What are your learning outcomes for this session? Explore resources for the different research activities. Develop a plan to move from a broad to a focused search based on the activity chosen and the subject chosen. Distinguish between good sources for basic information and sources with appropriate information related to specific issues, including differences between academic and participant sources. Other notes: Librarian should check with me on appropriate subjects for search demonstrations, so that subjects are ones I would approve for a student.