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Home - Library Research Process - Research Guides at NEIU Ronald Williams Library - http://libguides.neiu.edu/c...
Welcome to The Library Research Process This research guide is designed for undergraduates who are new to research. The tabs of this guide are devoted to the major phases of the research process: Reading the Assignment – understanding what your professor expects of you Developing a Topic – the reading, thinking and writing that are part of your research process Searching for Information – finding and accessing information from the web, the library and elsewhere Choosing Your Sources – determining what information is reliable and relevant to your topic Citing Sources – learning how to cite sources properly Our research guide is informed by our understanding of the research process from our experience as librarians and from research that we have recently completed with students, faculty and librarians at five Illinois universities. On each tab in the guide you will find not only a description of one phase of the research process, but also information from our interviews that will help - greg hardin
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ICT Literacy in the CSU: Home - http://teachingcommons.cdl.edu/ictlite...
Information and ICT Literacy in the CSU is a community of practice for CSU discipline faculty, library faculty, administrators and stakeholders who share a common interest in enhancing the quality of teaching and learning for CSU students so that they will graduate with the necessary critical information abilities and skills to be successful information producers and consumers. - greg hardin
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I've so enjoyed podcasts from @aleksk @BBCRadio4 "Hidden Histories of the Information Age" @ScienceMuseum http://t.co/R1cG3KbyBf - greg hardin
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greg hardin
Denton, slacker capital of the American South, grows up via @GuardianTravel http://t.co/lmxi5CoBT9 ht: @GlenFarris - greg hardin
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20-14_ISTE_Standards-S_PDF.pdf - http://www.iste.org/docs...
ISTE Standards (formerly the NETS) for Students (ISTE Standards•S) are the standards for evaluating the skills and knowledge students need to learn effectively and live productively in an increasingly global and digital world. Simply being able to use technology is no longer enough. Today's students need to be able to use technology to analyze, learn and explore. Digital age skills are vital for preparing students to work, live and contribute to the social and civic fabric of their communities. - greg hardin
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informationliteracywactc / PILR Pre-college Information Literacy Research - http://informationliteracywactc.pbworks.com/w...
Project Description Research sites will identify information literacy learning outcomes, design instruction and assignments, and use standardized rubrics to assess student learning in pre-college courses. Sites will collect and report data to document student achievement of IL outcomes. Data will be used to explore the impact of IL instruction on achievement and transition for pre-college students. A limited number of teams will be selected for winter and spring 2010. Priority is given to proposals that: Demonstrate previous experience and/or collaborations with information literacy Reach the greatest number of students at multiple pre-college levels Involve multiple pre-college faculty - greg hardin
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Library Courses | College of the Sequoias - http://www.cos.edu/Library...
Note: Any one of these three courses can be used to complete the Information Competency Requirement of the COS GE (General Education) pattern for graduation. This requirement is only for COS students who were first enrolled at COS in Fall 2013 or those students who are returning after an absence of three consecutive semesters. - greg hardin
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Research and Documentation Online 5th Edition - http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/resdoc5...
The information on this site is also available in a print book, Research and Documentation in the Electronic Age, Fifth Edition, by Diana Hacker and Barbara Fister. - greg hardin
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Welcome to Iris! a collection of research tutorials IRIS 4-2 is a collection of tutorials to help you learn about information and research. Your instructor may assign specific tutorials for you to work through, or you may use the links on the left bar to pick and choose the modules you need. Use IRIS to focus on what you need to know right now. How much do you know about information and research? Test yourself with the Quiz and print out results for your own information or email results to your instructor. Score 100% and get a certificate! Keep track of your progress with the Modules Checklist [Word] - greg hardin
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Course: escinfolit: Information Literacy - https://www.coursesites.com/webapps...
Information Literacy This is the non-credit, self-paced online information literacy course offered by the Empire State College Online Library. Anyone may enroll at any time. We expect that many people will want to just drop in and pick and choose which sections of the course interest them, and that\''s fine. However there are also options to complete practice activities, self-evaluation quizzes and a Research Portfolio. - greg hardin
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Hate Small Talk? One Approach Anyone Can Use | Inc.com - http://www.inc.com/jeff-ha...
Chatting with people you don't know is easy if you follow one simple rule. "Look around the room. Pick someone who looks uncomfortable. Pick someone who seems to feel out of place. Pick someone just like you. "Then go talk to them. Make it your goal to make that one person feel more comfortable. Then you'll feel more comfortable too." Try it. If it's painful to mingle, if it's awkward to make small talk, use those feelings in a positive way. Turn sympathy for yourself into empathy for another. Go rescue someone. - greg hardin
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Handbook for Information Literacy Teaching - http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/insrv...
Welcome to the Handbook for Information Literacy Teaching (HILT). This Handbook was written by a group of subject librarians at Cardiff University to support their colleagues in Information Services as they developed their information literacy teaching. Since the appearance of the first edition in 2005, we have received many expressions of interest from outside the University. We are happy for you to use and re-purpose our material; please note that under the terms of our Creative Commons licence, your use of the Handbook is restricted to non-commercial purposes and you are required to acknowledge the source. Please would you let us know how you decide to use the resource. We look forward to receiving your comments. Nigel Morgan Chair of the HILT Group - greg hardin
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eLanguages.ac.uk - digital literacies toolkit - http://www.elanguages.ac.uk/digital...
Welcome to the Digital Literacies Toolkit. This interactive learning tool was designed and developed by eLanguages in Modern Languages at the University of Southampton with support from the university Student Centredness Fund. The purpose of this set of learning resources is to help students: explore the educational uses of Web 2.0 tools and services; familiarise themselves with a range of useful applications for study-related purposes; highlight good practice in the use of social software and the internet, in general. - greg hardin
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How to Organize and Print Years Worth of Photos | Ashley Hackshaw / Lil Blue Boo - http://www.lilblueboo.com/2012...
I think photos and photo albums are one of the only things that really give me true anxiety…..because it’s so easy to get behind! The only way that I can keep myself from worrying about it all is having a system. I thought I’d lay out my system since it works well for me…..and maybe it will help someone else! I’m sure there are lots of ways to do this….but here’s what works for me since I get easily distracted! Most of this is geared towards a Mac system but it can be easily applied to a PC as well. Let’s get started! - greg hardin
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Libraries as Enablers of Pedagogical & Curricular Change by Joan Lippincott @kimduckett @anu_vedantham via @EDUCAUSE http://t.co/nHep2Dzem4 - greg hardin
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Academic & Research Libraries: Slides From “Hot Topics” Session at 2014 IFLA World Library & Info Cong, Now Online http://t.co/62UcUHA6XH - greg hardin
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Not Your Mother's Library by @FallowsDeb @TheAtlantic Future Libraries: less quiet reading, more community gathering http://t.co/5nsDHv3lVY - greg hardin
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A Good, Dumb Way to Learn From Libraries by @dweinberger via @chronicle http://t.co/K0HU17zMDI - greg hardin
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Join The Movement - Take the Libhub Initiative Pledge - http://www.libhub.org/
The objective of The Libhub Initiative is to publish BIBFRAME resources to the web, cross-link resources which are common among libraries, and, through cross-linking improve the ability for people to discover these resources on the open Web. The goal is ultimately that users would then be able to click on appropriate resources and be taken back to the library’s catalog. In 2011 The Library of Congress contracted with Zepheira, LLC a consulting company with standards and data expertise especially with libraries, to define the way forward for moving library data into the web. The current vehicle for sharing library data, the MARC record is not feasible as an ongoing method. For the past 2 years, Zepheira has been defining a linked data model called BIBFRAME. When MARC data is converted to BIBFRAME and exposed to the web, it is discoverable via web search engines and other web discoverable applications. BIBFRAME has been tested by many large libraries (British Library, German National Li - greg hardin
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StackLife lets you browse all of the items in Harvard’s 73 libraries and Book Depository as if they were on a single shelf. It’s built on a few core ideas: 1. Every book has a context StackLife shows you that context as a stack of neighboring books 2. Every book has many contexts StackLife lets you switch contexts just by clicking. The default stack shows the item in its primary subject classification. But since most works have been classified under more than one subject heading, you can click on any of those headings and see it grouped with those neighbors. 3. Every book has some community relevance StackLife heat-maps books to reflect how often they’ve been checked out, put on reserve, called back early from a loan, etc. Also, it’s not just books. StackLife lets you browse among all of Hollis’ catalog, including DVDs and CDs. - greg hardin
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greg hardin
Librarians won't stay quiet about government surveillance by @kansasalps via @washingtonpost http://t.co/7LC7WXyIQ0 - greg hardin
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It is an HTML5 presentation editor with lots of features. - greg hardin
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Stayed Up All Night - http://suan.fm/
THIS IS SUAN There are endless ways of creating mixtapes online, but we still miss the feeling of sending someone a personal mixtape. So we've built Suan (Stayed Up All Night). You can decorate a personal tape, build your playlist and share. That's it. No ads, no likes, no comments - as personal as it gets. - greg hardin
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Emergent is a real-time rumor tracker. It's part of a research project with the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University that focuses on how unverified information and rumor are reported in the media. It aims to develop and best practices for debunking misinformation. - greg hardin
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Association of Research Libraries® - http://www.arl.org/focus-a...
Your new best friend according to @McCordLaw 'code of best practices in fair use' http://t.co/wxR4sCZiJN via @ARLnews - greg hardin
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