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Angie Spann

Lessons From Kony 2012: How to Critically Analyze Online Content - 38 views

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    "organization's website"
Martha Hickson

http://info.easybib.com/hs-fs/hub/222136/file-889462764-pdf/Trends_in_Information_Liter... - 6 views

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    EasyBib Trends in Information Literacy report
Martha Hickson

Project Information Literacy: Preliminary Trends About Recent Graduates' Lifelong Learn... - 19 views

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    "What lifelong learning needs do recent graduates have once they finish college? What information sources and systems do they use for continued learning? During fall 2014, the PIL research team surveyed 1,651 recent graduates from 10 US colleges and universities. Read the survey trends report with preliminary findings from our study (10 pages, PDF, 229KB).

    "Preliminary Trends about Recent Graduates' Lifelong Learning Needs and Practices," Alison J. Head, Project Information Literacy Research Summary, February 17, 2015."
Martha Hickson

Web Use Project - 4 views

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    Eszter Hargittai's publications
Martha Hickson

Video: Eszter Hargittai on "Digital Natives or Digital Naives? The Role of Skill in Int... - 4 views

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    Abstract of video: Based on original data, the talk considers disparities in people's Web use skills and how skills relate to what people do online. Those who know how to navigate the Web's vast landscape can reap significant benefits from it. In contrast, those who lack online abilities may have a harder time dealing with certain logistics of everyday life, may miss out on opportunities and may also obtain incorrect information from unreliable sources or come to rely on unsubstantiated rumors.
Sally Dooley

http://projectinfolit.org/pdfs/PIL_2013_FreshmenStudy_FullReport.pdf - 30 views

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    How Freshmen Conduct Course Research Once They Enter College
Martha Hickson

Search Challenges - 33 views

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    Individual and group challenges are a great way to teach and practice information fluency. All aspects of searching and evaluation are covered by these game-like challenges, from turning questions into effective queries, picking the right databases, homing in while browsing, evaluating authors and content, and more. Challenges are linked to Common Core State Standards and Information Fluency Competencies
Martha Hickson

Resources for Teaching and Learning - 18 views

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    IMSA Full Circle Resource Kits are used by thousands of teachers, librarians and technology coordinators to train today's students in critical 21st Century research skills.

    Each Kit is packed with articles, curriculum, learning games and assessment tools for strengthening information fluency. Applications include staff development, library orientation, diagnosing students' needs and curriculum integration for elementary grades through college. Kit resources are free.
Martha Hickson

Common Core State Standards mapped to the Information Fluency Model - 17 views

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    The Common Core State Standards provide a framework for teaching information fluency in Grades 3 through 12. To help educators in this task, relevant information fluency competencies are mapped to the appropriate standards.
Neil Krasnoff

Project Information Literacy - 22 views

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    Collection of resources, including research studies regarding information seeking behavior and info lit instruction
Debbie Alvarez

Viva la Library (The Information Literacy Song) - YouTube - 35 views

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    Great justification for research... loved this video.
Martha Hickson

Information literacy series - 32 views

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    a series of 11 videos designed to help college students improve their information literacy skills.
Martha Hickson

Joining the Conversation: Scholarly Research and Academic Integrity | Georgetown Univer... - 17 views

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    From Georgetown University. Includes how to use the web for research, differences between the web and online library resources, how to find scholarly books and articles, how and why to keep track of sources, why it's important to credit your sources, how to work in groups and share materials ethically
Martha Hickson

Tutorial: Plagiarism: The Crime of Intellectual Kidnapping - 21 views

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    Includes pre-test, post-test, what is plagiarism, consequences, common knowledge, paraphrasing, citing sources, detection services
Martha Hickson

Librarydoor: Common Core Carpe Diem! - 32 views

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    This webinar gave an overview of the reading, research, and rigor components that librarians can "assist" teachers with. If you wrap your head around these critical shifts, and you will likely become as building leaders as you model solutions for meeting the CCSS. Teachers all over are trying to figure this out and this is a piece of cake for us! Carpe Diem!
    Wrap your head around Inquiry and Student Centered research projects. (Writing standards 6-10)
    Help "repackage" research units
    Help find "rigor" - Rich Text - reading passages, correctly aligned to the CCSS Lexile bands.
    Understand what it means to "read closely" - with purpose, meaningful, directed, points of view, etc.
    Understand what a Lexile is and its role in the CCSS
    Help teachers replace lower level texts (Lexile) with alternatives correctly Lexiled, or Non-fiction Inquiry Units using your non-fiction collection!
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