A Legacy of W.K. Kellogg

About eLearning's Multimedia Learning Objects Repository website

This website is a collection of interactive simulations and animations that can be used to enhance a course and help students understand difficult and abstract concepts. The learning objects have been developed by eLearning in collaboration with faculty on campus and can be shared across other institutions. Use this website to search, browse, and preview all the learning objects that are publicly available in our collection.

How to Use the Learning Objects

Mouse over the box of a learning object that you would like to use. You will see a white text-box with a URL and the word "link" to the left of it and the word "view" to the right of it. Click the "view" link to get a preview of the object. When you are ready, copy the URL from the white "link" text-box to your course or website.

Interested in Creating Something?

If you are faculty on our campus who would like to request multimedia development, contact us through our request form.

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June 10, 2011

Information Literacy: Identifying the Relationships Between your Thesis and Your Sources

Library

Information Literacy: Identifying the Relationships Between your Thesis and Your Sources

Information Literacy: 1 of 2
Demonstrates how to ...

Information Literacy: Identifying the Relationships Between your Thesis and Your Sources

Information Literacy: 1 of 2
Demonstrates how to find locate scholarly materials and analyze good sources.


link: view

type: simulation

system reqs: Flash player

content author: Christy Stevens

credits:
Erick Zelaya, Developer

June 10, 2011

Information Literacy: Identifying the Relationships Between your Thesis and Your Sources

Library

Information Literacy: Identifying the Relationships Between your Thesis and Your Sources

Information Literacy: 2 of 2
Helps studentswith: ...

Information Literacy: Identifying the Relationships Between your Thesis and Your Sources

Information Literacy: 2 of 2
Helps studentswith: identifying scholarly books and articles, identifying between scholarly and popular, and using evaluation tools.


link: view

type: simulation

system reqs: Flash player

content author: Christy Stevens

credits:
Erick Zelaya, Developer