EDUC-L700 Educational Materials


These materials were created for and used in Dr. Beth Samuelson's section of L700: Seminar in Language Education in Fall 2018 and Spring 2019. These activities were designed Dr. Samuelson and librarians Julie Marie Frye (Head, Education Library) and Sarah Hare (Scholarly Communication Librarian), with support from the IU School of Education's Teaching with Technology Grant and the IU Libraries Information Literacy Grant. This collection includes chalk talks or educational videos where an instructor explains a concept verbally while a sketch presents information visually on topics related to information creation and entering scholarly conversations. The collection also includes an open educational resource (OER), created by doctoral-level students enrolled in L700 in Spring 2018, Fall 2018, and Spring 2019. This OER is a primer on methodology commonly used in educational research. While originally created for School of Education students, all materials are applicable to students in any discipline and can be used for research and information literacy instruction at any level. All chalk talks are shared under a Creative Commons Sharelike 4.0 license and any educator interested in accessing the raw video to re-mix a particular chalk talk can contact libeduc @ Additional details about the creation process for these materials can be found at

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