Because this course varies widely in assignment type and content, it can be taught in a synchronous or asynchronous manner.
A basic template for this course would be to move from a concept map to teaching students how to search for and evaluate a source. Below you'll find a few different examples of what a successful Frameworks class might look like.
Classes With An Assignment
Examples of lesson plans for classes with an assignment:
Some best practices for classes with an assignment:
Classes Without An Assignment
Here are a few examples of lesson plans that generally touch on library work and can be taught without an assignment associated with them:
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