You as Knowledge Creator

Submitted by Robert Miller on March 27th, 2019
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Short Description: 

Students self-reflect on ways in which they do research and create knowledge. This is a discussion topic in an online library research class. My students are mostly adult learners with full-time jobs.

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Learning Outcomes: 

Students will be able to articulate a situation in their life where they conduct research, create knowledge, and share it with others.

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Course Context (e.g. how it was implemented or integrated): 

A graded discussion in a 1-credit, online, library research class.

Additional Instructor Resources (e.g. in-class activities, worksheets, scaffolding applications, supplemental modules, further readings, etc.): 
Potential Pitfalls and Teaching Tips: 

It might be nice to have the students read something on metaliteracy, because that is what they are doing here--self-reflecting on research and knowledge creation. But I have gotten as far as that, identifying and giving them a reading.

Suggested Citation: 
Miller, Robert. "You as Knowledge Creator." CORA (Community of Online Research Assignments), 2019.