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bibliographic instruction: authority control

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Jason Simpson (Teacher (K-12)), Dec 09, 2012

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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Time spent reviewing site: Approximately 10 minutes reviewing lesson