This week, we explore the many types of research-based information sources and their various uses. The goal is to introduce you to how these information sources are created and used so that you’ll become a more discriminating information provider. This week’s lecture also introduces the concept of the “information cycle” (see below infographic) and describes the concepts of authenticity, relevancy and currency of associated to information created during each stage of the cycle. Note: This module was originally numbered “5”.
- The Assignment Q & A Session was GREAT! View the recording here.
- Book Review assignments are graded! Your scores are in Canvas.
- Did you remember to submit your Book Review URL to Canvas? Please submit if you have not done so. 🙂
- Continue to refine and explore your community choice and the group’s information seeking and information behaviors. Use the helper and all of the modules we’ve explored so far to guide you.
- Remember to explore the INFO 200 LibGuide to assist your research and contact our King Library Liaisons if you need assistance refining your searches.
Blog Reports Due Dates: (Full blog report descriptions are here.)
- THIS WEEK: Blog Post #3: Report on the information-seeking behavior and information needs of chosen community. 9/29 EXTENSION to 10/3!
- Blog Post #4: Summarize one of the peer-reviewed articles relating to your information community you’ve found. 10/20 (Updated Date)
- Blog Post #5: Explore how libraries and information centers create learning and programming opportunities for your chosen community. 11/3
- Blog Post #6: Report on the issues your community may face on an international scale. 11/17
- Blog Post #7: Report on your community’s use of emerging technologies 12/8
- Blog Post #8: Personal reflection on information communities. (Participation) 12/9