Module 1
Asking Good Questions
Module 2
Finding Information
Module 3
Selecting the Best
Module 4
Putting it Together
Module 5
Your Project
Module 6
Making the Grade

How do I continue learning and sharing?

Congratulations on completing INFOhio's R4S: Research 4 Success. How might you use research in your future? Here are a few ideas:

  • Researching a college
  • Researching a career
  • Making purchases
  • Analyzing data on a job
  • Lobbying for a change
  • Maybe you will even become a researcher!

Collecting and saving your work might help you land the perfect job or get the scholarship you are seeking. Reflect on the work you did with this project and ways you might apply the skills you learned in your future.

Directions: Begin with #1 and work through #5 below.


Read The 10 Skills You Need to Thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.


Discuss with a classmate the differences between the 2015 skills and the 2020 skills. What factors will lead to these changes?


Review your reflection form from Practice #1.


Read this sample paper as a model of a reflection paper.

Write a short reflection of your learning from this project. Use the notes you took in Learn #1 and #2, the Self-Check Research Review Word document or PDF from Learn #3, the form from Practice #1, and the Self-Assessment Rubric for Research Process and Project Word document or PDF from Practice #4.

Include responses to the following in your reflection paper:

  • How will this project help you in college and your career?
  • How will the research process help you when solving real-life problems?

Show what you know with this quiz.

Congratulations! You have completed R4S: Research for Success!

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