Information Fluency Full Circle Resource Kits are used by thousands of teachers, librarians and technology coordinators to train today's students in critical 21st Century research skills.
Each Kit contains articles, curriculum, learning games and assessment tools for strengthening information fluency. Applications include staff development, library orientation, diagnosing students' needs and curriculum integration for elementary grades through college. Volume One Kit resources are free.
Volume One Directory (the original 10 monthly Kits)
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Getting Started: Basic search strategies, types of searching, instructional guidelines for teaching information fluency
Question to Query: Creating effective queries
Operators: Using Boolean operators and advanced operators to best advantage
Database Choices: Where to find relevant information using search engines and databases, searching the Deep Web
Homing In: Scanning snippets to find better keywords, advanced search strategies and troubleshooting
Browsing: Scanning subject directories, links and tags to find relevant information
Evaluation / Investigative Searching: Finding and evaluating information about the author, publisher, date, objectivity, accuracy, evidence, links to and from in order to determine credibility
Web 2.0: Searching and evaluating information on the Read-Write Web
Ethical Use: Using proper citation techniques to avoid plagiarism and how fair use affects educators' use of information from the Internet