Member Subscriptions

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The Advantages of Membership

Coming Fall 2017: While many of our popular resources are available for free, an annual subscription gives you and all your students access to all new resources plus every search challenge, WSI module, Full Circle Kit, Plagiarism Dropbox and Information Researcher.

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Feature Free $149
Wizard Tools: Search Wizard, Evaluation Wizard, Citation Wizard
Search Tips, Annotated Links
Lesson Plans (submitted by teachers and librarians)
Information Fluency Assessment
MicroModules 9 ALL
Live Search Challenges 6 ALL
Full Circle Kits: Articles, Curriculum, Action Zone Tutorials 1 ALL
Plagiarism Dropbox
Keyword Challenges (search strategies)
WSI: Website Investigator (evaluation training)
Information Researcher: Tutorials and Assessment Package
Webinars $ FREE
Limited Daily Use

Full Circle Kits

Full Circle Resource Kits are designed to improve critical 21st Century research skills. Each Kit is packed with 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.
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Information Researcher

This self-guided package is designed for students in middle school through high school as well as professional development for teachers and librarians. The three-hour experience includes pre- and post- performance assessments and 9 levels of interactive tutorials. Information Researcher is a premium assessment/tutorial package for achieving information fluency in classes, library orientation, workshops or independent study. Package subscribers can monitor online performance to identify gaps in how learners locate and evaluate digital information.
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Plagiarism Dropbox

Information Researcher BadgeOnce students complete Plagiarism Dropbox they can't say they were never told about plagiarism or how to avoid it. Two series of examples focus attention on recognizing and fixing different forms of plagiarism. Students are allowed to continue only when they demonstrate satisfactory levels of understanding. Effective for upper elementary levels through college.
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