Archive for January, 2014

Wikipedia–A tool like any other

Wikipedia–A tool like any other

Image from Giulia Forsythe: Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/gforsythe/8174197748/ and used according to a Creative Commons Attribution License Have you ever read an article that put words to something you’ve been trying to say?  I came upon one: Calhoun, C. (2014). Using Wikipedia in information literacy instruction: Tips for developing research skills. […]

By January 29, 2014 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy
Teaching the Dream

Teaching the Dream

Photo from Inspired N 07 (Yvonne Bowens): Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/11357032@N03/1316741577/, and used according to a Creative Commons Attribution License Martin Luther King Day made me think about how we teach civil rights.  The ERIC database has some resources for teaching Dr. King’s dream. First of all the ERIC thesaurus lists […]

By January 23, 2014 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy
Welcome Back Spring 2014

Welcome Back Spring 2014

Image from alborzshawn: Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/7502393@N04/472028910 and used according to a Creative Commons Attribution License Welcome back, everyone!  I hope you had a safe, pleasant time off. As always your librarians are here to help you with customized guides, visits, and more.  We are happy to offer instruction, but we […]

By January 16, 2014 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy, Library
An info-savvy party

An info-savvy party

Image from freeimages.co.uk Yes, it’s time for another food-related post!  Cooking involves a great deal of information literacy. Before a recent party, for example, I asked myself some questions:  What new recipe could I try at my skill level and in my time frame?  What dishes do I already make […]

By January 8, 2014 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy
An InfoSavvy New Year

An InfoSavvy New Year

Image from freeimages.co.uk Stay tuned for more posts in the new year.  In the meantime I wish you and yours a happy, healthy, and info-savvy 2014!

By January 2, 2014 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy