This guide will help you get started with the Information Sources Survey assignment:
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Greetings everyone – I am still working through your thoughtful Blog Post #2 entries. I am impressed with the early research some of you have done as well as the thoughtful connections many of you made to our course content. Because I want to provide feedback to all before the book review is due, I […]
Announcement: Writing Opportunities Panel Discussion February 26, 2020 5:30 – 6:30 pm PST Hosted by the SJSU Society of American Archivists Student Chapter Zoom link: https://sjsu.zoom.us/j/365124400 Meeting ID: 365-124-400 Are you interested in writing? Curious about opportunities for research and publishing? Join us for a panel discussion on the variety of writing opportunities open to […]
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 – Happy Valentine’s Day!
Hey all – the weather did not cooperate and I am just getting back home after a day’s delay. I will be catching up with all your comments and posts starting tomorrow. Image: Denver Airport
Greetings all! I had a question about how our INFO 200 Course Learning Outcomes align with the School of Information’s Core Competencies. @elizabetholson has 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: save everything! […]