Archive for February, 2010

Fiction writing, Real information literacy

I recently treated myself to a moment of leisure reading and noticed how well the book’s author had described the hero’s weapon of choice in battling the villain.  The details were obviously the product of thorough research, yet I didn’t read them in a research paper. Similarly Jason Wirtz writes […]

By February 25, 2010 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy

Getting into the Zotero habit

Information literacy involves not merely specific tools, but also habits and skills.  That said, I’ll remind you of a specific tool, Zotero, that can help us all maintain some good information literacy habits. Zotero is a free download from the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University.  […]

By February 12, 2010 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy