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Learning how to write and conduct research in an academic context have long been key components of students’ college education. Designing developmentally appropriate assignments that meet students where they are while encouraging them to stretch and grow leads to better outcomes but requires thoughtful planning and design. Egan Library and Writing Center staff are available to consult on that process; you can also check out some of the resources below, attend a CELT workshop, and/or contact CELT staff for additional guidance and support.

Designing Research Projects for Student Success

Information Literacy Librarian Kaia Henrickson conducted this workshop based on data compiled by Project Information Literacy on how students conduct research. You may view the recording of the program, or view the slideshow below. The slides are also available as a PDF file.

 
 

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