Use This Video to Help Teach the First Stage of Inquiry-Based Learning

Caity, Michele and I have been hard at work creating educational ResearchReady videos about the research process, which explain tricky concepts in a fun and simple way to students. I’ve blogged about our videos on the structure of a URL and top-level domains recently, and this week we’re migrating over to inquiry-based learning.

This video explains the “Connect” stage of Barbara Stripling’s Model of Inquiry and helps students understand how to approach the early stages of the research process, such as:

  • Understanding their assignment
  • Getting a solid, broad understanding of a research topic
  • Thinking about a topic that is interesting and relevant to them

How do you approach teaching the inquiry-based learning process to students? Tell us in the comments, and stay tuned for more videos in the coming weeks!

Emily GoverEmily Gover is the information literacy librarian for EasyBib and ResearchReady. You can find her on Twitter, @Emily_EasyBib, or posting news you can use at the EasyBib Librarians Facebook page.

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Emily Gover is the Community Manager at Imagine Easy Solutions, a part time librarian, and podcast geek. She is on the leadership team for CMX NYC, a community-based meetup group, and is pumped to be talking about her experiences in ed tech community at SXSWedu in March 2016. She has a love/hate relationship with the New York Knicks. She uses the Oxford comma on a case-by-case basis.
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  2. Neal Taparia

    Great video. This will help students understand these concepts much better

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