This week, we explore the many types of research-based information sources and their various uses. The goal is to introduce you to how these information sources are created and used so that you’ll become a more discriminating information provider. This week’s lecture also introduces the concept of the “information cycle” (see below infographic) and describes the […]
Thanks to all who attended! We covered a lot of ground and I hope the questions highlighted the way to navigate the assignments to culminate at the research paper. Please be sure to view this recording for a deep dive on the assignments.
Tomorrow we will have an assignment Q & A session on Zoom at Noon PT. Join URL: https://sjsu.zoom.us/j/828262161 This will be an informal session to discuss the rest of the major assignments. The session will be recorded. Can’t attend? Ask your question as a comment below. I’ll be sure to address it!
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This guide will help you get started with the Information Sources Survey assignment:
Greetings all – We will have an assignment Q & A session on Zoom on Sunday September 29 at Noon PT There is no formal agenda and attendance is not required. Feel free to drop in and ask a question about the course or our upcoming major assignments. Join URL: https://sjsu.zoom.us/j/828262161 The chat will be recorded […]
In module five, we move from last week’s focus on information-seeking behavior to consider the diverse information needs of information communities. There are a variety of information-seeking studies to illustrate the vast range of information communities that LIS scholars have studied and the diverse needs of these unique communities. As you learn about concepts within this […]
Hey all -with our revision of INFO 200 and the shift of various modules, I realized we need to make a shift with due dates! 😬😳 You need to have a week with Community-Based Sources before you can finish the Sources Survey! This shifts your work back a bit but it will also give you […]
It will be exciting to watch your first major assignments appear in the Community Site activity stream. Over the next few days we’ll see more Context Book Reports go up.