Archive for November, 2014

Abundance of thanks 2014

Abundance of thanks 2014

  I trust you had a safe and pleasant Thanksgiving.  Of course you have my ongoing thanks for reading these posts.    

By November 29, 2014 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy, Library
Sharing stories

Sharing stories

Image by Ms Jones from California, USA (Our (Almost Traditional) Thanksgiving Dinner) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons I hope you can spend Thanksgiving with your loved ones.  As you share a meal, you’ll probably share stories as well.  Librarians have paid attention to information literacy narratives. Detmering and Johnson (2012) […]

By November 20, 2014 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy, Library
Just right

Just right

By The_three_bears.djvu: McLoughlin derivative work: Theornamentalist (This file was derived from:  The_three_bears.djvu) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Ariew and van Ingen (2014) studied topic development in two sections of a course.  To assess the topics they developed a rubric which covered: The research question itself The research strategy used The […]

By November 13, 2014 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy
Talking about the topic

Talking about the topic

Image by Jaja7 (File:Talk page green icon.png) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons The other week I listened to a webinar where a librarian and a professor shared their collaboration.  Their conversation could start some useful conversations on research topic development. Ariew and van Ingen (2014) began with the concept of […]

By November 6, 2014 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy