Hope you all had a great weekend! Blog Post #4 is just around the corner:
Hey all – I want to offer a mid term check in for the Blog reports assignment.
This is a new assignment, so please start here with the helper. View this video about the assignment: Web Version Download the Slides Video Podcast Audio Podcast Download the example Literature Review Matrix with three entries:LitReviewMatrix_INFO200EXAMPLE Then follow the steps on the helper page.
This week, we will explore the importance of user experience. The link for Module 8 can be found here.
Hey all – You may find Pew Research or Pew Internet & Tech very useful for your community descriptions in the formal assignments. Their research can be very useful for background and supporting demographic data, data on technology use and access, etc. For example: Key findings about U.S. immigrants
Hey all – if you are looking at fan communities, I was reminded I shared this in the “Choosing Your Community” group very early on. Model of Fan Information Behaviour 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)
Greetings all! Here is a video about the Literature Review Matrix:
Module 7 can be found here. This module explores community-created information communities and how libraries are working with these groups to enhance services. This module will frame your explorations of community-based resources for future assignments.
A helpful comparison developed by a student in INFO 200 a few semester 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 […]
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. […]