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Library instructional canvas workshops open_in_new, videos , and guides computer aligned to the USF General Education Objectives for
Information + Data Literacy.
Aligned with USF Gen. Ed. Objective 1, these self-guided Canvas workshops, videos, and learning objects focus on research tools, credibility of sources, and the legal and ethical use of information.
open_in_new LibSkills open_in_new Help, I Need This! How Do I Find it? open_in_new Creating Manageable Topics and Research Questions open_in_new Finding Relevant Information for Research open_in_new Introduction to Databases
Credibility of Sources
open_in_new It’s A TRAAP: Evaluating Sources open_in_new Opposing Claims open_in_new Scholarly Conversations & ModalitiesAligned with USF Gen. Ed. Objective 2, these self-guided Canvas workshops and library guides instruct students on finding, evaluating, and communicating quantitative evidence and information. View Playlist
open_in_new Data Literacy 1: Evaluating Graphs, Tables, & Charts open_in_new Data Literacy 2: Communicating with Graphs, Tables, & ChartsAligned with USF Gen. Ed. Objective 3, these self-guided Canvas workshops explain Scholarly Communication and instruct students on how to effectively communicate their own research and scholarly achievements. View Playlist
open_in_new Scholarly Conversations & Modalities computer Copyright: Know your CopyRights (and CopyWrongs) computer Copyright for Content Creators
open_in_new Creating Research Poster Presentations open_in_new Creating Virtual Research Presentations open_in_new Data Literacy 2: Interpreting Graphs, Tables, & Charts open_in_new Literature ReviewsAligned with USF Gen. Ed. Objective 4, these workshops guide students through disciplinary research to best integrating new sources of information and determining relevance. View Playlist
open_in_new Finding History open_in_new Primary Sources in the Humanities open_in_new MLA Citation Style open_in_new Chicago Citation StyleAligned with USF Gen. Ed. Objective 5, these interactive, self-guided Canvas workshops instruct students how to compare and contrast evidence, arguments, and disciplinary authority. View PlaylistAligned with USF Gen. Ed. Objective 6, this interactive Canvas workshop focuses on research influences and changes scholarly perspectives over time. View PlaylistAligned with USF Gen. Ed. Objective 7, these interactive Canvas workshops to learn how to reexamine existing data, identify gaps, and organize and communicate new knowledge and understanding. View Playlist