bibliographic instruction: authority control
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Christopher Munn (Teacher (K-12))
This lesson plan should meet the objective of helping students be more efficient at conducting online research. The instructor might need to clarify some key terms at the beginning, such as authority control (I actually had to do my own search on what that meant). But the lesson is solid and engaging. It gives the students visual evidence and the differences between poor and excellent search results and the assessment is both relevant and attainable.
Emily Mullins (Staff)
This lesson is designed to engage students in the research process, and to conduct research in "academic research databases improve their search results by utilizing the library concept of authority control." The lesson itself is easy to follow and make sense once completed. Its goal is to make research and citing much more efficient and effective. There may need to be more information given based on what authority control actually means/implies. Perfect for the target audience.
Jason Simpson (Teacher (K-12))
The focus of this lesson is to improve research that is conducted in academic research data bases getting better results be using the "library concepts of authority control". This lesson is easy to follow and explains the steps needed to be followed to complete the lesson objective. The lesson guides students through the process of the concept and that has them practice the skills they learned along the way. Overall this lesson combined technology and classroom environment to successfully teach the students.
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