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ProQuest Research Companion is a cloud-based information literacy solution for students and educators. Designed to be easy, intuitive, and informative, ProQuest Research Companion effortlessly guides students through the research process, helping them develop their critical thinking skills to more effectively find, evaluate and use information. Created by writing instructors and librarians, with input from students, it supports information literacy instruction and practical application through tools and learning videos.
ProQuest Research Companion video overview:
More than 80 short videos are organized into nine Learning Modules that answer questions like "How do I choose a topic?" "Where do I find information?" and "How do I evaluate sources?" Different kinds of "pre" and "post" assessment questions make the viewing experience more interactive, while allowing educators to measure students’ learning and identify gaps in their understanding.
Using data from Ulrich’s Web and Bowker Books in Print, several interactive tools automate parts of the research process and allow students to focus on the things that interest them most. ProQuest Research Companion is a new cloud-based information literacy solution for student researchers and educators. Aligned both to ACRL Information Literacy and Common Core English Language Arts standards, Research Companion provides a framework and foundation for information literacy instruction.
It easily guides students through the research process and helps them develop their critical thinking and information literacy skills. Studies have shown that today's researchers are unequivocally overwhelmed with too much information and data—throughout all the stages of research process. Developed by writing instructors and librarians, Research Companion combines multimedia-based learning modules and powerful quick-start evaluator tools into one resource.
Provide support to your literacy instruction Learning Modules with Assessment The Learning Modules are organized into easily digestible sections and are structured as nine commonly asked researcher questions which provide a foundation and context for finding, evaluating, and using information. The modules cover such topics as "Where do I start?" to "How do I avoid plagiarism and find my own voice?" to “What's the best way to revise?” They are delivered as a series of visually compelling and inventive videos, or in a full-text, readable format and are written in a conversational style that improves learning outcomes and maximizes retention.
Pre- and post-assessment questions make the viewing experience interactive, while allowing educators to evaluate students' performance and identify gaps in their understanding. Tools Organized as Topic and Search Aids, and Source Evaluation Aid, researchers get right to the information they need.
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