Hey all – we are reaching the end of our time together!
Hello all – Please submit your blog URL to Canvas after you finish Post #6. I cannot assign points in the rubric until I have a URL submitted! It should be the top level URL of your blog. For example: @trishcampbell is https://ischoolblogs.sjsu.edu/info/travelsmart/ Reflective Posts: Blog Post #2: Describe the Information Community you are choosing to […]
Greetings all – if you feel as though a little extra time would help with the polishing of your papers and APA, please contact me privately. I am happy to grant extensions of 1-3 days.
Greetings all – we’ve had some good discussion in the Research Paper Q & A group. @jamiefredericksen and I discovered a new article that explores serious leisure activities and Hektor’s info behavior model. I wanted to share it for those of you who might want to take a look:
Part of the research paper assignment is creating an abstract. For inspiration, I want to share a couple of abstracts from articles I’ve co-authored.
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 – 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 all! Make sure you read over the Reflection Blogging helper for post #5:
Hey all – A student writes: “As I’ve never done a Literature review before, I’ve been reading through our material on how to go about it. I liked the idea of the “framework” proposed by Smallbone and Quinton but was frustrated that I couldn’t utilize their table. So, I made one. I wanted to email it […]
Everyone, please take a look at this article from Marcia Bates as you start work on your literature review. Some of you have cited it but perhaps some of you have not seen it.