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Student Plagiarism: Prevention And Detection, Breanne Kirsch, Lola Bradley Sep 2012

Student Plagiarism: Prevention And Detection, Breanne Kirsch, Lola Bradley

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Teaching Tools For Real Life Skills: Information Literacy For The Workplace, Alessia Zanin-Yost, Betsy Clementson Sep 2012

Teaching Tools For Real Life Skills: Information Literacy For The Workplace, Alessia Zanin-Yost, Betsy Clementson

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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"It's All About The Citation": Teaching Information Literacy To The Non-Traditional Doctoral Student, Steven Wise Sep 2012

"It's All About The Citation": Teaching Information Literacy To The Non-Traditional Doctoral Student, Steven Wise

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Information Literacy Skills In A World Of Google And Wikipedia, Emily Gover Sep 2012

Information Literacy Skills In A World Of Google And Wikipedia, Emily Gover

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Digital News Aggregation: Legalities, Realities, Dan Trigoboff Sep 2012

Digital News Aggregation: Legalities, Realities, Dan Trigoboff

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Information Seeking Habits Of Educators, Susan Bannon, Kimberly Nunes-Bufford, Todd Shipman Sep 2012

Information Seeking Habits Of Educators, Susan Bannon, Kimberly Nunes-Bufford, Todd Shipman

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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How Information Literate Are You? Results Of A Five-Year Pre- And Post-Testing Of Mba Students, Barbie Keiser Sep 2012

How Information Literate Are You? Results Of A Five-Year Pre- And Post-Testing Of Mba Students, Barbie Keiser

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Just The Tip Of The Iceberg: Using The 100th Anniversary Of The Titanic Sinking To Teach Information Literacy, Robin Grant, Felicia Haywood, April Renfroe-Warren Sep 2012

Just The Tip Of The Iceberg: Using The 100th Anniversary Of The Titanic Sinking To Teach Information Literacy, Robin Grant, Felicia Haywood, April Renfroe-Warren

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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"Need, Find, Assess, Use" Translating Il Standards Into Higher Education Curricula, Jewell Anderson Sep 2012

"Need, Find, Assess, Use" Translating Il Standards Into Higher Education Curricula, Jewell Anderson

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Information Is Power! Using A Themed Freshman Year Experience Course To Teach Info Literacy, Robin Grant Sep 2012

Information Is Power! Using A Themed Freshman Year Experience Course To Teach Info Literacy, Robin Grant

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Tracing Boundaries, Effacing Boundaries: Information Literacy As Seen By Multiple Disciplines, Grace Veach, Amy Harris Sep 2012

Tracing Boundaries, Effacing Boundaries: Information Literacy As Seen By Multiple Disciplines, Grace Veach, Amy Harris

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Collaborating Towards Cognition By Using 21st Century Learning Techniques To Create Effective Learning, Donna Jo Baker, Kristina Durocher, Misty Hanks Sep 2012

Collaborating Towards Cognition By Using 21st Century Learning Techniques To Create Effective Learning, Donna Jo Baker, Kristina Durocher, Misty Hanks

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Impact Of Technology Infused Instruction On Project Ace (Accelerated Content-Based English) Students, Tarena Ruff, Adria Leal Sep 2012

Impact Of Technology Infused Instruction On Project Ace (Accelerated Content-Based English) Students, Tarena Ruff, Adria Leal

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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End Of An Era: Assessing The Success Of Ic@Ghc, Cindy Wheeler, Teresa Hutchins, Susan Vines Sep 2012

End Of An Era: Assessing The Success Of Ic@Ghc, Cindy Wheeler, Teresa Hutchins, Susan Vines

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Dispelling The Independent Research Myth With Collaboration That Works: An Embedded Experience, Lizah Ismail, Reed Chewning Sep 2012

Dispelling The Independent Research Myth With Collaboration That Works: An Embedded Experience, Lizah Ismail, Reed Chewning

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Five And A Thousand Practical Ways To Use Wikipedia In Instruction, Jean Cook Sep 2012

Five And A Thousand Practical Ways To Use Wikipedia In Instruction, Jean Cook

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Does It Pay To Discover: Teaching For Information Literacy With The Exlibris Primo Discovery Tool, Jeffrey Mortimore, Drew Mcnaughton, Elizabeth Novicki Sep 2012

Does It Pay To Discover: Teaching For Information Literacy With The Exlibris Primo Discovery Tool, Jeffrey Mortimore, Drew Mcnaughton, Elizabeth Novicki

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Evaluating A Metacognitive Tool On Tte Search Behavior Of Education Graduate Students In Digital Lib, Barbara Blummer Sep 2012

Evaluating A Metacognitive Tool On Tte Search Behavior Of Education Graduate Students In Digital Lib, Barbara Blummer

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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A Source For A Source - Reaching Out To Students, Joe Eshleman Sep 2012

A Source For A Source - Reaching Out To Students, Joe Eshleman

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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There's A Librarian In My Living Room! Teaching Information Literacy Skills With Web Conferencing, Sheila Bonnand, Mary Anne Hansen Sep 2012

There's A Librarian In My Living Room! Teaching Information Literacy Skills With Web Conferencing, Sheila Bonnand, Mary Anne Hansen

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Information Literacy And Political Efficacy: Assessing The Correlation, Maria Albo, Julie Higbee Sep 2012

Information Literacy And Political Efficacy: Assessing The Correlation, Maria Albo, Julie Higbee

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Using Quality/Time Graphs To Teach Freshman English Students How To Assess Journal Quality, Andrew Wohrley Sep 2012

Using Quality/Time Graphs To Teach Freshman English Students How To Assess Journal Quality, Andrew Wohrley

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Library Instruction Under Construction: Surviving The Transition To Web-Scale Discovery, Benjamin Bryson Sep 2012

Library Instruction Under Construction: Surviving The Transition To Web-Scale Discovery, Benjamin Bryson

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Elearning Solutions For Information Literacy At A Distance, Angela Hamilton Sep 2012

Elearning Solutions For Information Literacy At A Distance, Angela Hamilton

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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"That's Not My Job": Supporting Academics To Develop Information Literacy Skills In Content Courses, Angela Feekery Sep 2012

"That's Not My Job": Supporting Academics To Develop Information Literacy Skills In Content Courses, Angela Feekery

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Collaboration Between Faculty And Librarians To Implement Bibliobouts, An Information Literacy Game, Alyssa Martin Sep 2012

Collaboration Between Faculty And Librarians To Implement Bibliobouts, An Information Literacy Game, Alyssa Martin

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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Information Literacy Opportunities Within The Discovery Tool Environment, Nancy E. Fawley, Nikki Krysak Aug 2012

Information Literacy Opportunities Within The Discovery Tool Environment, Nancy E. Fawley, Nikki Krysak

Library Faculty Publications

Discovery tools such as Primo, EBSCO Discovery Service, Summon, and WorldCat Local aim to make scholarly research more intuitive for students in part because of their single interface for searching across multiple platforms, including the library, fee-based databases, and unique digital collections. Discovery tools are in sync with the way many undergraduates look for information because they offer a more “Google-like” experience in contrast with previous methods of research that required first knowing which database to use, then searching each one differently according to its specifications. However, broad searches across multiple formats with different systems of controlled vocabulary force instructors ...


Bridging The Gap Through Collaboration:, Rebecca Arliss, Carlos Arguelles, Rodolfo Hernandez May 2012

Bridging The Gap Through Collaboration:, Rebecca Arliss, Carlos Arguelles, Rodolfo Hernandez

Publications and Research

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Teaching With The Situation: Jersey Shore As A Popular Culture Example In Information Literacy Classes, Amy Springer Apr 2012

Teaching With The Situation: Jersey Shore As A Popular Culture Example In Information Literacy Classes, Amy Springer

Amy Springer

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Reading The Absence: Critical Reading And Social Engagement, Karen Manarin, Melanie Rathburn, Miriam Carey Mar 2012

Reading The Absence: Critical Reading And Social Engagement, Karen Manarin, Melanie Rathburn, Miriam Carey

SoTL Commons Conference

The term “critical reading” has two distinct traditions: reading for academic purposes and reading for social or civic engagement. In this session participants will learn about a collaborative method for SoTL projects, hear findings about critical reading for social engagement in a general education program, and engage in dialogue about critical reading. This session describes the evidence-based assessment practices used to gather information about how students demonstrate critical reading across the four areas of a first-year general education program: Numeracy and Scientific Literacy; Values, Beliefs and Identities; Community and Society; and Communication. Researchers examined the written work produced by students ...