Watson Library Information Literacy Worksheet Set required for EN101.
What to do?
First: Read and interact with the activity boxes in each Libguide tab, # 1 - 7 - the blue tabs above. Try 3 sessions - Tabs 1 and 2, tabs 3 and 4, finally tabs 5, 6, and 7.
Next: Answer related Tab questions on the worksheets (online with MSWord using your saved .doc or print/write clearly on the distributed worksheets). Estimated time to complete the module is about 2.5 hrs. Remember, you are investing in skill development for college and career success!
Finally: Within one week of your Watson tour (or as your faculty directs), turn in your completed worksheets to your EN101 professor, who will review your work and assign homework or point value as they choose.
Success Tip: Watson Librarians are available by appointment or by walk-in these hours: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Monday - Wednesday; 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Thursday and Friday. See WHEN IS WATSON LIBRARY AVAILABLE? for complete Library hours.
If you need a copy of the Watson Library Worksheet Set for EN101, click one of the links at the top of this box, and print:
Am I Information Literate? What Does Information Literacy Include?
Dimensions of Inquiry - Sets of Skills Needed for Success in College and on the Job
Courtesy of InfOHIO.
Here at Wilmington College Watson Library, we call these dimensions of inquiry the QUAKER model of inquiry:
QU - Question - topic selection
AK - Acquiring Knowledge/ by locating / reading multiple sources of information
E - Evaluating Information and research strategies, Engage actively by applying the information, Engage others with your project through various types of presentations, and cite Ethically your sources.
R - Review-repeat process as needed to complete project with standards of excellence, Reflect on your process and your presentation product
WHERE'S WATSON LIBRARY?
The Watson Library building is located directly behind College Hall, off College Street. Whether you visit the library as bricks or clicks, you will need to use Watson's online site. Accommodation entrance is on the College Hall side.
As an active student, faculty member, or staff member of Wilmington College, you are entitled to access Watson resources, both bricks and clicks. Watson's excellent quality resources meet the requirements of course projects.
Access Method #1: https://login.wc.opal-libraries.org/login Use the "Sign in" tab, highly recommended, especially for off-campus users.
Access Method #2: http://www.wilmington.edu/current-students/watson-library "Visit the Watson Library Website"
Access Method #3: WC@Home website on the campus intranet - Student Interests/Assistance/Watson Library
WHY WATSON LIBRARY?
WHEN IS WATSON LIBRARY AVAILABLE?
BRICKS - Watson building open hours vary with the academic calendar: http://libguides.wilmington.edu/watsonlibrary or call 937.481.2345 to confirm.
CLICKS - Online resources are available 24/7/365 - an entire "virtual" library is at your fingertips - reference works, ebooks, and journal articles, ... Whether you are in a residence hall, a classroom, using your own device and WiFi, off campus at home, traveling, commuting - Watson is here for you.
Success Tip: OK to E-mail your questions to your Watson Librarians at email@example.com
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