Intellectual freedom entails the fundamental right of all people to think, say, write, and espouse any idea or belief, regardless of its political, religious, or social foundation or intent. Module 9 can be found here.
Hey all – I just finished grading all submitted Sources Surveys.
Greetings all – I think it would be useful for the next assignments for all of you to work on refining your description of your information community. You wrote a blog post a few weeks ago: Blog Post #2: Describe the Information Community you are choosing to explore for the course and the research paper. […]
This week, we will explore the importance of user experience. The link for Module 8 can be found here.
Hey all -I was thinking about your last two Blog Reports and all the connections made to information theories ands models. There were a few that were new to me! If you are inclined – and I think this will help everyone – please share a model or theory you cited in your work, discovered […]
Hey all – I mentioned this a few times in comments on your blogging. The first serious lit review I wrote in my doc program was on virtual communities. Here’s the reference list. It may be of interest, especially for those of you looking closely at communities born on the Web, etc. Note – there […]
Hey all – I am finishing up all your blogging. If you see LRM in my comments, that’s the abbreviation for Literature Review Matrix. 🙂
A helpful comparison developed by a student in INFO 200 a few semesters ago that can guide you as you select your resources: A Research-based information source is: • Published by experts or academics • Intended for use by many different people (community members, academics, etc.) • One-way communication (from expert to reader) • Provides […]
Hey all – if you are looking at fan communities: https://blogs.city.ac.uk/ludiprice/model-of-fan-information-behaviour/ Publications list: https://blogs.city.ac.uk/ludiprice/publications/ (if you cite, I would suggest citing the published studies)
The Literature Review Matrix is intended to be critical exploration and evaluation of scholarly writings on a topic(in this case, your information community). In your formal research paper, the literature review provides context and background for your own study and illustrates how your research will contribute to a particular area of study.This assignment meets the […]