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Students' Information Literacy Skills: Transitioning from High School to College Level Research

How can we support our students through the transition? What don't they know about college level research? We're all aware of the challenge. High School students often "get by" using search engines to do their research. When they get to college, many of them are overwhelmed by the prospect of using library resources, electronic resources, and structuring their papers.

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OCLC Library Consultant Lauri McIntosh and Caity Selleck, EasyBib in-house librarian, co-hosted this webinar.  Caity discussed students' research and information literacy skills and the challenges they face as they transition from high school to college research.

Click here for the Webex recording of this presentation.

Date

16 May 2013

Time

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4]

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