Hey all – I am reading blog posts and I am finding a few student blogs that have comments un-approved from the past few days. Everyone – please check your comments and approve! This is very important for participation in class.
Greetings all. Here is official information from the university about SOTES. I appreciate your feedback and participation in SOTEs.
Hey all – be sure to review the material in module 4 on academic writing. Note the intricacies of in text citation from APA. This is very important for the research paper and the graduate writing requirement for the university. As I am working through your lit reviews, I thought I should update this post and […]
Greetings all! Now we turn our attention to librarians and information professionals encouraging and supporting learning. This module explores how the 20th century “Reading, Writing and Arithmetic” mindset gives way to a new Culture of Learning with opportunities to learn anywhere and everywhere multiply. What examples might you find of libraries encouraging learning opportunities for your community?
Hello all – I have a new column up at Library Journal. It’s called Libraries in Balance. Using and offering access to technology —new and old—are part of what we do. This is literacy just like reading is. I can understand the disconnect and mixed signals, but those same people need to learn about digital […]
Greetings all – I am reading through your ethics posts and I want to make sure everyone has a good understanding of the assignment requirements and expectations of the remaining formal assignments – worth 50 points of grade for this class. You should be citing peer-reviewed literature related to the information behaviors of your community, […]
Greetings! This week’s module explores global librarianship and the work LIS professionals are doing all over the world. The guest lecture is created by Jan Holmquist, creator of the library learning program 23 Mobile Things. I have called librarianship the “ultimate service profession” and this modules illustrates that idea on an international level. I recorded a […]
Greetings all! Make sure you read over the Reflection Blogging helper for post #5:
Greetings! This week’s module introduces you to the field of community informatics. We will discuss what we mean by informatics and community informatics, identify the stakeholders in community informatics, and explore the relationship between library and information science and community informatics. This module was created by Dr. Chris Hagar for INFO 200.
Hey all – Do you have a question about the Literature Review? Please join this group! Your question may also help many other students in our sections.