Standard 2: Locate and Evaluate Resources and Sources: Students will be able to follow an inquiry process to identify, locate, evaluate, and select resources and sources in a wide variety of formats to meet the information need in an ethical manner. (AASL 21st 1)
Topic A: Locate and Evaluate Resources
Topic B: Locate and Evaluate Sources
- 1 NoodleToolsVideo Segments
NoodleTools can be used to guide students in gathering essential bibliographic information from sources.
- 2 Evaluating Sources (DE Streaming)Web
Discovering Language Arts: Research Skills (Grades 9-12). The Evaluating Resources video clip (8:46) is a great way to introduce students to the evaluation process.
- 3 Dewey Decimal Numbers-Dewey guide
This is a handy resource guide to the Dewey Decimal System organized alphabetically.
- 4 NoodleTools-NoodleQuest
By filling out the short form on this web page, students receive helpful information pointing them in the right direction on specific information of their chosen topic.
- 5 Quia-Basic Dewey Decimal System
This game is a formatted activity to help students learn the Dewey Decimal System. Match the nine basic Dewey Decimal Divisions. Created by Lucille Boone
- 6 The Library of Congress- Find It . . . Research Centers
This is a resource to the Library of Congress' web page focusing on the various research centers. Information is organized into 3 main categories: General Collections, International Collections, and Special formats and Genre.