We've developed Framework related lesson plans that can be used in conjunction with the posters or brochures.
These resources are CC-BY-NC-SA licensed so you can download them and modify them to fit your institution's needs.
Each of the posters on the tabs in this guide contains some embedded content.
Links to those resources are listed below.
Evaluating Sources for Credibility (NCSU Libraries, 2015. CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0 US license)
What Makes a Source Authoritative (Research Services, Bucknell University, 2016)
Know Your Sources: A Guide to Understanding Sources (Portland Community College Library, 2014. CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0 International)
Fair Use in a Day in the Life of a College Student (Commissioned by the Association of Research Libraries, designed by YIPPA. 2016, fairuseweek.org, CC-BY)
Information Has Value Video (Research Services, Bucknell University, 2017)
Picking Your Topic IS Research (NCSU Libraries, 2014. CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0 US license)
Research as Inquiry Video (Research Services, Bucknell University, 2016.)
Scholarship as Conversation (WVU Libraries, 2016.)
What are the Modes of Discourse Video (Research Services, Bucknell University, 2016.)
Research 101: Searching is Strategic (Anna Eisen, Kali Stoehr, Kimberly Tate, University Libraries, University of Washington
How to Use a Source: The BEAM Method (Wendy Hayden and Stephanie Margolin, Hunter College Libraries, 2016. CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0 International license)
What is the Scope of Your Research Video (Research Services, Bucknell University, 2017.)