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FLIP It! (TM) was developed by librarian and educator Alice H. Yucht as a set of reflective questions to guide learners throughout the information process. It serves as a clear and concise framework upon which to structure the basic student research task. The acronym FLIP it! stands for- F- FOCUS: Specifying the Topic L- LINK/LOCATE: Strategizing the Process I- INPUT/INVESTIGATE/IMPLEMENT: Sorting, Sifting, and Storing the Data P- PRODUCE/PRESENT/PAYOFF: Solving and Showing the Results IT! - the Intelligent Thinking Needed Every Step of the Way. More detailed information may be found on Alice Yucht's website at http://www.aliceinfo.org/flipit/ The four modules in this collection will lead students through this four-step process and introduce them to free online tools and services that can aid and enhance the research pursuits. These Web 2.0 advances give today's students new ways to formulate, organize, collaborate, attribute, preserve, and share their research. This is Part IV - PRODUCE/PRESENT/PAYOFF. Students will be introduced to several free online tools and services that can aid in the end stages of research projects - those tasks that PRODUCE and PRESENT the project and aid in the completion of the research process and the successful presentation of the project. Links are included to all websites and Flash demonstrations will lead students through possible uses of these tools. To complete the full collection of four modules, students should take the linked pre-test first (printable document),work sequentially through Parts I,II,III, and IV, do the suggested activities that accompany each part, and then complete the post-test (printable document).

Welcome to flip it! part iv – produce/present/payoff!

FLIP It! (TM) was developed by librarian and educator Alice H. Yucht as a set of reflective questions to guide learners throughout the information research process. It serves as a clear and concise framework upon which to structure the basic student research task. This project is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act.

    The acronym flip it! stands for-

  • F- FOCUS: Specifying the Topic
  • L- LINK/LOCATE: Strategizing the Process
  • I- INPUT/INVESTIGATE/IMPLEMENT: Sorting, Sifting, and Storing the Data
  • P- PRODUCE/PRESENT/PAYOFF: Solving and Showing the Results
  • IT! - the Intelligent Thinking Needed Every Step of the Way.
More detailed information may be found on Alice Yucht's website at (External Link) .

Connect flip it! to web 2.0

The four modules in this collection will lead you through this four-step process and introduce you to free online tools and services that can aid and enhance your research pursuits. These Web 2.0 advances give today's students new ways to formulate, organize, collaborate, attribute, preserve, and share their research.

Part iv - produce/present/payoff! what is involved in this step?

As you near the end of your research project, you should be focusing now on producing your finished product and transforming your work into something that can be evaluated and shared. At this point, you are creating and demonstrating your knowledge. Several decisions need to be made now - what software package can you use to produce and/or present the work? Will you be working with a group that needs a tool that all can use and the parts seamlessly put together? Do you need to keep a copy for future use? Does your research need to be archived or shared online?

Develop the skills needed to produce/present/payoff!

    Produce/present/payoff is - creating and demonstrating knowledge

  • Publishing your final research project for submission
  • Presenting your findings in person and/or online
  • Sharing your work with the wider community

Free online tools to help you produce/present/payoff!

Web 2.0 means that today's online environment includes tools designed to help people share and collaborate with one another. You probably use social networking websites such as MySpace, Facebook , and Twitter every day. More than likely, you communicate with friends and colleagues on these sites and via your cell-phone and other devices. There are many other sites and tools out there that are designed or can be used to facilitate your academic research projects.

Video presentation - part iv - produce/present/payoff!

Click on the image below to view a video demonstrating some of the resources that can help you PRODUCE/PRESENT/PAYOFF.

The Flash video has audio that starts a few minutes into the presentation.
Part Four Flash Video

Think about....

As you are introduced to these online sites, services, and tools, there are some important things to keep in mind. There may be alternatives to each that you prefer over the tools presented here. If you use others and find them effective, by all means keep using them! Also, an effort was made to include only free services, but pricing models can change. Features can evolve and change. None of these tools should be relied on without your involvement, understanding, and input. Be critical of these tools and rely on your own knowledge of your assignments as well as that of your fellow students and instructors. There are times when your research can benefit from face-to-face resources rather than online/virtual options. Web 2.0 is about choice and we hope to present you with some here that can enhance, not replace, methods and tools that you already use or that your instructor requires.

Try the tools! suggested activity - produce/present/payoff!

Now, it is time to try some of these tools yourself! Click on the suggested activity link for login information and suggestions of tasks to try.

What's next?

Congratulations! You have worked through the FLIP - IT! process. We hope you have picked up some new strategies and become familiar with some new tools that can aid the research process. Please take a moment to take the post - test, accessible through the provided link.

Questions & Answers

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Source:  OpenStax, Flip it with web 2.0 - free online tools to enhance the student research process. OpenStax CNX. Feb 25, 2011 Download for free at http://cnx.org/content/col11175/1.3
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