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Resources for Teaching Online

Library Tutorials for Embedding

UVA Library has designed a number of interactive modules that you can directly embed within your Collab course using the links associated with each tutorial.  These modules reinforce principles of information literacy and can be used with students of all levels.  

The tutorial, "What is Authority?" meets the learning objective:

  • understanding aspects of authority in the academic context.

The emendable link for this interactive tutorial is:

https://rise.articulate.com/share/A22FGEpIciZkM-ErhPPDcrspkv5nwClV

 

The tutorial, "How Do I Find What I Need?" meets the learning objectives:

  • discussing the importance of developing a strategy when searching for information.
  • examining search strategies.

The emendable link for this interactive tutorial is:

https://rise.articulate.com/share/NgK0cZxCiptRbh8Gt9WGssPjF0bHQsaZ

 

The tutorial, "How Do I Use Information Correctly?" meets the learning objectives:

  • examining information ethics through the lens of citations.
  • using information legally and ethically.
  • discussing the concepts of copyright and fair use.
  • uncover the implications of sharing our own information. 

The emendable link for this interactive tutorial is:

https://rise.articulate.com/share/N0N5uEij-cgnvYFZ4Hyu7cRGHE84IWUK#/lessons/YFrRyseZCii7ZeLOxMuJ4llyW7K9hGP1

The tutorial, Information Ethics & Citations meets the learning objectives:

  • examining information ethics.
  • determining why citations are necessary when quoting, summarizing, or paraphrasing. 

The emendable link for this interactive tutorial is:

https://rise.articulate.com/share/mvgGyTdCuHQVgGvjDLFNV7_78_kOecbb

The tutorial, 'How Do I Start My Research?' meets the learning objectives:

  • expanding on knowledge of research ethics and the role of citations.
  • discovering the ways in which research is an iterative, non-linear process.
  • discussing Boolean operators and their function in the research process.  


The emendable link for this interactive tutorial is:

https://rise.articulate.com/share/SoHqPJqDhGpO7_Rg5rhUnrOEVmez_jbY

The tutorial, 'Who Is a Scholar?' meets the learning objectives:

  • expanding on knowledge of research ethics and the role of citations.
  • discovering the ways in which research is an iterative, non-linear process.
  • discussing Boolean operators and their function in the research process.  


The emendable link for this interactive tutorial is:

https://rise.articulate.com/share/Vts6q15AIMwdOp0yVZF0p7A0CC2kiur7

The tutorial, 'How Is Information Created?' meets the learning objectives:

  • expanding on knowledge of research ethics and the role of citations.
  • discovering the ways in which research is an iterative, non-linear process.
  • discussing Boolean operators and their function in the research process.  


The emendable link for this interactive tutorial is:

https://rise.articulate.com/share/wFPi9QhUkuXqHuteD4RblnbMBVzvBe2-#/