Greetings everyone – I just finished your Blog Post #2 entries. I am impressed with the early research some of you have done as well as the thoughtful connections many of you made to our course content. But – I also got to thinking… There is a lot going on right now in our world. […]
For this module we explore more information behavior theory and look at how theories and models are used to understand various information communities. Some information behavior theories explain the various stages of the search process, while those like Everyday Life Information Seeking (ELIS) frame information needs within the context of the human experience. Others typify […]
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Greetings all! I had a question about how our INFO 200 Course Learning Outcomes align with the School of Information’s Core Competencies A former 200 student has created this Infographic for INFO 200 for us. It’s super cool. Be sure to start saving all of your assignments if you are planning for the e-portfolio option. […]
Hey all – I want to offer an extension on Blog Report Post #2: Describing Your Community. I want to give you extra time to consider how you will describe your community within the parameters of our course. Please have your post published to your blog by September 16th. Read over the helper! Helpful Hint: Select […]
Hey all – This Sunday your first reflective bog post is due: Blog Post #2: Description of Information Community you are choosing to explore for the course and the research paper. The post should be written clearly, with citations as needed, and free from errors. The Post #2 helper is intended to guide you.
Hi all – As you work on your Reflection Blogging Post #2, don’t forget about the helper page for all of our blog posts and the assignment synthesis examples. These resources may serve as inspiration as you craft the description of your chosen community.
Welcome to Module 3! Information – creation, accession, consumption, and dissemination – pervades everything we do and is a foundational characteristic of information communities. From studying the information seeking behaviors of varied and diverse populations to analyzing information activities in online settings, the importance of the exchange is foundational to understanding libraries, emerging information technologies […]
Hey all – Up here in northern Michigan there is the tiniest bit of fall in the air. “And summer became the fall…” goes the song. Our new module will go up on Monday as usual but please also enjoy the last holiday of the summer if you can. It’s always good to take a […]
Don’t miss this invaluable resource from our King Library. It is custom-designed by our library liaison to help you with your work in INFO 200.