What Do You See? Image Searching for Research Topic Selection and DevelopmentWILU 2014 Conference (2014)
Research tells us that students struggle most when they are starting their research projects and are trying to define research questions. Encouraging students to start with an image search helps them visualize the context of their topics and provides a rich environment for brainstorming keywords to begin an academic exploration. Find out how this technique for visual information-gathering can transform students' approaches to research, and learn how to integrate it into your classes.
- Research topic,
- Information literacy,
Publication DateMay 22, 2014
Citation InformationBeth Fuchs. "What Do You See? Image Searching for Research Topic Selection and Development" WILU 2014 Conference (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/bethfuchs/2/