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Cathy Oxley

Australian History - Download free content from La Trobe University on iTunes - 7 views

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    Free Australian History podcasts by La Trobe University
Clare Treloar

Student Toolkits | Learning Commons - 5 views

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    portal to learning modules on library research, taking notes, etc useful for senior secondary students. great model for screencasting with their 3 minute videos.
Clare Treloar

Presentation Skills | Learning Commons - 6 views

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    video, great infographic and reflective questions on producing an effective presentation and hunting for information
Clare Treloar

Tools of the Trade: A Library Starter Kit for Harvard Freshmen - Harvard College Library - 13 views

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    a fantastic toolkit that acts as a model for research guides for students - well-written and organised
Clare Treloar

Google Web - A Scholar's Guide to Google - Research Guides at Harvard Library - 3 views

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    A libguide on searching with Google for scholars
Cathy Oxley

Source Code: 5 Rules of Researching Infographics | Visual.ly Blog - 2 views

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    What could be worse than a poorly designed infographic? A poorly sourced one.
Cathy Oxley

Research tutorials - Video Tutorials - LibGuides at Lakeside School - 4 views

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    Flip your Library - video tutorials for students to watch at home, then discuss the concepts in class.
Cathy Oxley

Internet Detective | Home - 4 views

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    Learn to discern the good, the bad and the ugly on the internet.
Vivian Harris

John Hattie: Effect Sizes on Achievement - 7 views

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    Analysis of 50000 studies and 750 meta-analysises to see what works in education.
Cathy Oxley

APA and MLA Citation Game Home Page - 4 views

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    Here you will play an interactive game and learn how to correctly format APA or MLA citations for some of the most commonly used citation types.
Glenda Morris

Reuters Riot - Research Information Online Tutorial - 7 views

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    Interactive tutorial from Rutgers University for students covering these areas: Selecting a topic, finding sources, selecting keywords, identifying citations, evaluating sources. Includes database searching using example of EBSCO, importing citations with RefWorks.
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