Hey all – I have graded all of the Blog Report #2 posts in Canvas! Thanks for your hard work! I enjoyed reading about your communities and the connections you made to Fisher & Fulton aspects of ICs. Going forward, be sure to follow the Blog Report descriptions and helpers for each one. Leave time […]
Greetings All, We have been getting a lot of questions from INFO 200 students on how to incorporate APA 7.0 style into blog posts and research papers… Here is a basic outline for better understanding the various types of “In-Text Citations” in both narrative and parenthetical formats: Type of Citation Narrative Format Parenthetical Format One […]
Hey all – I am going to extend the due date for the LIS Model/Theory Research Summary to February 28. As I said in the video for this assignment, this is your first formal writing piece. Try not to stress too much – you are trying ideas on for size right now! This a way […]
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 […]
Please post them here. There are two sample assignments here: Classical Musicians and Tiny House folks!
Hey all – I will be reading your Blog Report #2 posts this week. I am excited to read about your communities. Here are some thoughts for going forward:
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 […]
Greetings all! I had a question about how our INFO 200 Course Learning Outcomes align with the School of Information’s Core Competencies Former 200 students 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. My advice: […]
Hey all – We discovered this article may not be readily accessible in the databases. Here is a PDF: Hartel, J. (2003). The serious leisure frontier in library and information science: hobby domains. Knowledge Organization, 30(3/4), 228–238
Greetings all – Happy Valentine’s Day!