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EduCon 2016 Presentations: No Tech

Supplements to presentations by librarians Elaine M. Patton & Christine Forisha.

No Tech

  • Annotated bibliographies: doubles as a research aid and formative assessment; you can gauge whether students understand the topic and if their research is on track to craft a scholarly paper
  • Worksheets, written reflections, draw a picture: active learning tools you're probably familiar with already
  • Thumbs up: ask students how they feel about their understanding of the material; thumbs up for "I got it", thumbs down for "what just happened?", thumbs sideways for "I sort of get it but I need more"
  • Outline: have students create an outline to submit in advance of their paper to check for how they're organizing their ideas.