Is football really a literate practice that involves researching for content? What sort of content? What methods have coaches used over the years, and how has new technologies shaped these? What sort of representation is required of coaches? How might technology have changed coaches, players, and even the game itself? Half-Mile with Coach Gaddis Fall 2015 | Runtime: 3.35 minutes (Also Learning Outcome Five and Seven)
Searching for any content has now transformed into searching for the most relevant content. Zip down the field of research practices to learn how the internet and technologies have really helped coaches in this clip! Half-Mile with Coach Gaddis Fall 2015 | Runtime: 2.30 minutes (Also Learning Outcome Four)
AUDIO CLIP – We Didn’t Just Invent This to Screw with You
Thaddeus and Emily discuss teaching academic citation and how, too often, citation are taught as a treat than a cool tool for communication with each one another. We heart citation! Let’s CHAT: Ep. 11 | Runtime: 1:56
JoeyLauren Jiracek explores a freshman’s transition from high school writing to college writing by conducting a survey of ISU freshmen writers. The information gained by conducting this survey, along with Jiracek’s reflections on her own process of writing the survey, reveal how freshman can work with their attitudes towards writing to help the transition go smoothly. GWRJournal: 4.1 | Pages: 10
VIDEO CLIP – Flyer Power! Hyped-Up: “How it all comes together”
Jenn talks about the activity involved in producing effective flyers for a Teen Mom Support Group, demonstrating how creating effective content requires investigation and does not happen in isolation. So how many people are involved in one flyer? Learn what works and what doesn’t work and why collaboration and knowing your audience really matters. Surely, this clip is worth the hype! Half-Mile 2015 | Runtime: 3:24
ARTICLE – Eavesdropping on the Conversation: Situating an Undergraduate’s Role within the Scope of Academic Journals
Kylie Wojciechowski studies scholarly writing by similarly examining how her positionality and understanding of audience collide in the genre of academic journals. She observes, like many of our writers in this issue, that our understanding of a genre can affect not only how we might compose in the future, but also how we perceive and use texts we find intimidating or complex. GWRJournal: 5.1 | Pages: 12
AUDIO CLIP – Academic Journals Versus Wiki’s never done me wrong
Students Jamie Campell and John Golden reveal their preferred research methods, sources, and tools. What’s your take? BEYOND 101: Ep. 2 | Runtime: 3:27
WEBSITE – Welcome to Milner
A special web page designed by Milner Library’s Information Use & Fluency Unit aimed at students performing content research in English 101. Milner Library Subject Guide.
INSTRUCTOR RESOURCES: Pedagogy and Teaching Applications
Group responds to the question about why is helping student understand “how” they are composing important to teaching them to be writing researchers and discusses that helping students to articulate what don’t know helps them to not only problem solve, but also to apply to explicit self-understanding to new writing and learning situation for highroad transfer. Let’s CHAT: Ep. 5 | Runtime: 4:06
PODCAST – Connections between Comm 110 and ENG 101
The Critical Inquiry Ambassador discuss the relationship between ENG 101, COM 110, and research at Milner Library. Topics include commonalities in terminology, research attitudes, transfer, and how to continue this collaboration between ENG 101, COM 110, and Milner Library. Let’s CHAT: Ep. 2 | Runtime: 25:07
WEBSITE – Milner: ENG 101 Instructor Guide
A special web page designed by Milner Library’s Information Use & Fluency Unit for instructors teaching content research in English 101. Milner Library Subject Guide.
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