Welcome to R4S: Research for Success! The course is designed for teachers and librarians working with College Credit Plus students, high school students, and university freshmen.
PURPOSE AND DESIGN OF THE COURSE
R4S: Research for Success consists of six self-paced learning modules. The modules are designed to be used in a blended learning environment and integrated into a research project.
R4S students build skills beginning with learning, then practice, and finally application. The six modules may be used together or they may be used individually. Each module contains three sections:
R4S can be the foundation for the Project Based Learning, Research, or Information Literacy standards requirements within the discipline you teach.
R4S assessment is determine by the teacher and librarian. Often teachers and librarians work together in assessing student research projects. Some suggestions include:
R4S is designed to be used in any type of classroom environment including:
R4S by INFOhio is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. This means the content may be used for non-commercial purposes only with credit to INFOhio.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
R4S includes multiple learning opportunities provided to meet various learning preferences as well as disabilities. Whenever possible, a script or closed captioning is included with videos.
Each module provides opportunities to engage in learning by reading, watching videos, participating in games, applying the learning in example activities, participating in class discussions, and applying the process to a real research problem. The following icons represent different types of learning activities.
|Make a choice among options|
|Watch a video|
|Participate in a discussion|
|Participate in an activity|
|Read (screen or document)|
|Play a game|
For more information about R4S or to contact support visit http://support.infohio.org.
|R4S by INFOhio is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.|
|R4S was funded through an Institute of Museum and Library Services LSTA grant awarded by the State Library of Ohio. The content does not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the granting agencies.|