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Please request instruction at least one week in advance; this allows time for communication and for the librarian to plan a session tailored to your students' needs.
(604) 504-7441 local 2472
Information Literacy & Web Services Librarian
(604) 504-7441 local 4396
- Web vs. Library (video)
- Google: My Teacher Doesn't Like the Citations (Unshelved, 27.10.07)
- Internet vs. Library: There's More than Google (Unshelved, 25.06.07)
- Internet vs. Library: Illegal Downloading (Unshelved, 26.06.07)
- Internet vs. Library: Authoritative Sources (Unshelved, 27.06.07)
- Internet vs. Library: Reading (Unshelved, 28.06.07)
- Internet vs. Library: We Complete Each Other (Unshelved, 30.06.07)
- Internet vs. Library: Book Synergy (Unshelved, 09.07.07)
- Internet vs. Library: E-books (Unshelved, 10.07.07)
- Internet vs. Library: Free vs. Fee (Unshelved, 11.07.07)
- Internet vs. Library: Who Creates the Content? (Unshelved, 13.07.07)
- BIO 111: Scientific Communication Cycle
Updated May 24, 2017 dc
Research Assignment Planner
Research in the Academic Context
Research and writing is an integral part of the university learning experience. The goal in all research-based writing is not simply to say what others have said before you, but to:
- read what they have said;
- work at understanding what is already known on a topic;
- cite what researchers have said responsibly, thoroughly, and honestly; and
- respond to what they have said, so that in your research-based writing, you are joining ongoing and valued researchers' conversations.
This assignment planner encourages you to see the research process as a series of related steps or stages...remember that you can (and probably will) return to any of these stages to refine your thinking as you work through your research assignment.
Research Assignment Planner @ UFV
Based on the original Assignment Calculator from the University of Minnesota Libraries.
This web page was automatically generated on March 10, 2018