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 […]
Everyone – do not feel stressed about matching a book to your exact community. Please note that the word “applicable” in the assignment can be used in a broad sense so books on 21st Century issues impacting information behavior would work for many communities, as would the general information science category. The sections on privacy issues […]
Hello everyone – I wanted to send out a reminder of key items related to graduate work and this course. We are heading into an important phase of the class. The iSchool requires that students earn a B in this course. If the grade is less than B (B- or lower) after the first attempt […]
Hi all – As you work on your Reflection Blogging Post #2, don’t forget about the helper page for all of our blog posts and the assignment synthesis examples. These resources may serve as inspiration as you craft the description of your chosen community.
Don’t miss this invaluable resource from our King Library. It is custom-designed by our library liaison to help you with your work in INFO 200.
This “Getting Started” post will help you with:
Greetings all – After your Introductory post, your next five blog entries are all part of the Blog Reports assignment. As noted in our getting started posts, you will use your blog on the Community Site blogging platform in this class. The five posts will include substantial content, citations, and reflective thinking. These blog posts should […]
This is the first of several “Getting Started posts. This one will help you with Choosing Your Community: