Student On-line Research: Changes From High School to University
Dr Judy A. Leavell, Elizabeth L. Woodward J.D, Priscilla L. Griffith PhD.
Student access to on-line research resources goes through stages. Access, skills, and applications evolve from high school to university use. Student access affects student use. Student skill development can be supported by teachers, faculty, and institutions. Applications vary based on access and skills. Each of these areas evolves as students ascend academic ranks. Ways to support this evolution will be presented. Review of present access, required skills and materials, and suggested support actions will be provided with examples.
Dr Judy A. Leavell (United States)
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Texas State University-San Marcos
Dr. Leavell teaches literacy related courses to preservice teachers at Texas State University-San Marcos.
Elizabeth L. Woodward J.D (United States)
Priscilla L. Griffith PhD (United States)
(30 min. Conference Paper, English)