Thanks to all who attended! the questions were GREAT and I think the answers will be very helpful to many. NOTE: Research paper is now due December 6th at 1159pm. Due dates for Blog Report #6 & #7 are relaxed as well if you need them to be! Watch the session here: https://sjsu.zoom.us/rec/share/Pn3IBweSn8WAxnqeIVdKh4fJ3_lLbdfhzhrb2wnfa7nhnHmqUHX0cOtprSesowwU.blonarzUpBQ8UJuS Passcode: y.v11ynz […]
The goal of the Research Paper is to give you experience in writing a graduate-level research paper. View a video about the assignment: Download: Web (Captioned) Lecture Slides PDF) Video Podcast(mp4) Audio Podcast (mp3) Getting Started All assignments in INFO 200 help build your understanding and knowledge of the information needs and information-seeking behaviors of the information community […]
See you Sunday! November 6: INFO 200 Research Paper Q & A Session at 1pm PT. We will go over any questions you might have about the Research Paper.Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://sjsu.zoom.us/j/86502568360?pwd=S0R4YjJxUitjMm5EU3RUYXNpdDBmdz09 Password: 490436
Hey all – I want to let everyone know that the globally focused post can come from any resource you find related to your information community and how they might be served by information professionals in other parts of the world. Use the articles in the global module for inspiration. Take a look at the […]
Happy Halloween all. I hope everyone is well. Here is a song about an old Welsh witch:
Greetings! This week’s module explores the work LIS professionals are doing all over the world implementing services and spaces designed for their communities. Some seek to engage users via programming and other means of connection to the institution.
Greetings all – The submitted Information Sources Surveys are graded. Everyone did well! I want to make sure students review the rubrics and grading criteria for our coursework. The Assignment Submission Guidelines were part of the Getting Started Module and are also found in the menu under Assignments. Be sure to review those PDFs. Here […]
Greetings all! Now we turn our attention to librarians and information professionals encouraging and supporting learning for their communities. The exchange of information and knowledge within communities of learners is an area ripe for exploration. How people learn, what motivates them, and how we can assess them are viable questions for information professionals.
Greetings everyone – I want to check in and see how you all are doing and offer some thoughts on the rest of our time together. Here are some action items that may be helpful: Community Description: This is an important component of the formal assignments to come. LRM: Define the Information Community and explain the […]