Multidisciplinary

Assignment

P.R.O.V.E.N. is designed to provide students with a list of source evaluation questions that are grounded in the ACRL Framework. The "PROVEN" acronym emphasizes the process students should go through to demonstrate credibility based on their particular needs, rather than the state of a particular source (i.e. credible or not).

Assignment

Students often depend on citation generators provided by databases, library discovery tools, and websites when tasked with correctly formatting their references. However, these generators often make mistakes that students don’t notice. This activity will help students to look critically at the citations provided by citation generators and to find the mistakes. This will both help students learn the citation style of their discipline and to look more critically at seemingly quick fixes during the research process.

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The Accessibility Toolkit is a collaboration between BCcampus and Centre for Accessible Post-secondary Education Resources BC (CAPER-BC).

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Google Forms is a Google App that can be used to create forms and surveys to collect student data. You can add in different question types, images, videos, or links.

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Formative is an online tool that offers the opportunity to create assignments, deliver them to students, receive results, and provide individualized feedback in real-time.

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This site gamifies and enlivens quizzes. The upbeat environment allows for optional music, immediate feedback, timers, and fun memes. You can create your own quizzes or borrow and modify from an extensive bank of existing quizzes.

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Kahoot is a game-based classroom response system that can be played by the whole class in real time.

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Formative assessments through quizzes (multiple choice, True/False, and short answer) or quick question polls for up to 50 students per session. Quizzes can be instantly graded and aggregated.

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A quick way to create your own gameshow-style boards (e.g. Jeopardy) for test reviews in the classroom. Text-based questions are displayed on-screen and boards are saved for later use.

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TEDEd allows educators to create and share lessons built around YouTube videos.

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