Introduction to Research - Section 1: Introduction to Library Time

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Welcome to the Library--You can do More than Check Out Books

Unit 3: Impact of History on Identity and Culture
Lesson 6 of 14

Objective: SWBAT gather information from print and digital sources to answer their research question by accessing on-line databases, internet sources, and print media.

Big Idea: Search and research: students explore multiple avenues for extrapolating information.

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