Do I know about the doi?

With final projects fast approaching you students may be working on their respective reference lists.  For those of you who require references in APA format, here are some thoughts on the digital object identifier (doi). The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association calls for the doi in references to journal articles accessed online.  Since Read More…

Wikis for information literacy: One example

 Image from J. Aaron Farr: Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaaronfarr/1056922912/ and used according to a Creative Commons Attribution License On November 8 Dr. Nicole Witherbee of PolicyEdge spoke about the use of a wiki with her internship students.  Though she didn’t specifically use the term “information literacy,” she did mention some goals that spoke of the concept. Read More…

Profiles in Collaboration One

Word cloud created at http://www.wordle.net Instead of mentioning our librarians’ willingness to collaborate with you, I’ll share one real-life example of such a partnership.  This one features the Lewiston-Auburn College’s Library Director Evelyn Greenlaw and Social & Behavioral Sciences Professor Jan Hitchcock. In the Spring 2007 semester Hitchcock and Greenlaw co-taught LCC 200, Creative Critical Read More…