Some thoughts for all related to a question I had about our reflective blogging assignment as you work on Post #3 and beyond. Start getting very serious about weaving your peer reviewed sources and studies you are finding into your posts. That will set you up to have draft chunks of your paper. Utilizing a […]
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.
Hi all – I am working through your blog posts and I recalled a PDF that one of my very best professors created and shared with us at the University of North Texas. It features all sorts of tips about citation and writing style. Dr. Linda Schamber, the author, has made it available online: Tips […]
You’ll find Module 4 here – an introduction to graduate-level research and writing, which will not only help you do the writing assignments for this class, but also with research papers assigned in future courses.
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.
Greetings all – Happy Valentine’s Day!
The link for Module 3 can be found here. We’re moving closer to each of you choosing an information community to study and this module may further inform your decision.
Hey all – say hello to @rchoile Please add his blog to your feeds: https://ischoolblogs.sjsu.edu/info/rchoile/ Go to the +Add Content link at the bottom of the grey sidebar. Copy the URL into the search box and then press follow. Add the feed to one of the learning groups for our course
This “Getting Started” post will help you with:
Greetings all – this is a cross post from the Community Site – I had a question come in about students in INFO 200 interviewing or surveying members of their chosen community. This prompted some discussion amongst the 200 instructors and the chair of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) on campus. Some important clarifications follow. […]