A Generation with Too Much Information: Reversing the Research Paper Process
Students often feel overwhelmed by the amount of information available to them in research assignments. Typically, we present the process as reading expert opinions before trying to create a thesis which puts forward a new idea. However, if student inquiry originates with observation, writing from what they know, conversation, and finally, addressing the research, then anxiety (and plagiarism) will decrease. This session will provide a practical strategy to engage students in evaluation, interpretation and synthesis (a.k.a. information literacy).
Kim Ranger. "A Generation with Too Much Information: Reversing the Research Paper Process" 2011
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rangerk/1
Reversing the Research Paper: Overview and Process Outline
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