|August 2014 Institute|
|Workshop:||Library Research Assignments: What Works, What Doesn’t|
|Presented by:||Louise Charbonneau|
|Time:||Thursday, August 21, 2014 11:30 - 12:30 pm|
|Max number of participants:||25|
A well-designed library research assignment is a great way of opening doors into the realm of research, critical thinking, and subject knowledge. In this very practical session, you will learn about the difficulties students encounter when doing research and will be provided with tips on designing effective research assignments and avoiding possible pitfalls. Alternatives to the traditional term paper will also be explored. Here’s your chance to help your students have a meaningful and positive library research experience!