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Research Strategiesp 319 - 334 -establish central purpose and research needs -start on time and work on a regular basis -read and consult widely move from the general to the specific -constantly work with a teacherlibrarian and record comments in a research folder -review print and online encyclopedias for a general overview and framework -use all kinds of databases for your research move to interviews surveys e-mail -consult and conference with teachers librarians peers to resolve and clarify research issues Research Resources Human Resources -people informed and interested in the research work -The teacherinstructor ongoing conference guides your work informs about the sources available spot errors -The teacher-librarian and librarian most informed expert consults for available resources search strategies hands-on training using technology -Other school-based sources IT technicians laboratory assistants teachers in related subject area -Community locate people through library newspapers television radio Yellow Pages Internet The sources can be government departments or agencies clubs associations service groups interestpressure groups educational institutions schools libraries museums archives Multimedia Sources -Print books fictionnon-fiction handbooks journals general and specific topic studies specialized reference materials atlases encyclopedias biographical dictionaries yearbooks indexes govt catalogues microfilm maps photos statistics tapes interviews periodicals and newspapers information files -Technology Internet hyperlinks web sites online database and encyclopedias CD-ROMs video and laser disks cameras videocams interactive television audiotapes and disks -Other Media films and videos catalogues filmstrips audiovisual kits overheads television and radio broadcasts archives Web sites Interviews and Surveys -relying on listening skills ActivePassive Listening Passive - remaining quiet and inattentive daydreaming and doodling shifting in seat little eye contact with the speaker no strategy to record or remember what is said Active - maintaining eye contact focusing on what is said showing interest through body language sitting straight and leaning in the direction of the speaker asking questions sharing comments Effective Listening Strategies -read ahead prepare for interview survey lesson lecture etc -staying focused making notes - leave space for later
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