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The materials listed under Topics are designed to support you, as instructors, to teach information literacy skills in your class. You can use the left-hand navigation to work through the topics, unit-by-unit; the content was created and structured to follow you throughout the semester as you build upon research concepts with your students. The Topics pages are generally structured the same way - first there is an explanation and tips about how to introduce the topic in class, suggested exercises you can use to reinforce the concepts you just covered, handouts, if available, and links to relevant resources and how to search them. You can also search the teaching materials using the search box at the bottom left. You should feel free to modify any materials here for use in your classroom, as well as request explanations, guides and resources that you don't see listed here already.
The Resources for RHE 306 page consists of search tips, guides and database suggestions. These resources are also linked from the relevant Topic section. Some of these resources (such as database search tips) are designed to help you teach while others (such as guides to finding different types of material) are designed for you to share with your students if you find them helpful.
Want to teach your students about plagiarism? We have a tutorial, classes and activities to help students avoid plagiarism.
The For RHE Students page is designed for your students as a research guide for the course and you are encouraged to share the link with them. It is also linked from the For Students box on the Libraries home page. The page covers resources (primarily, but not exclusively, library databases) helpful to your students and tips for using these resources.