Module Start Dates
- Module 1 (1/31) – Information Communities
- Module 2 (2/07) – Researching Information Communities
- Module 3 (2/14) – Information Seeking Behavior 1
- Module 4 (2/21) – Information Seeking Behavior 2
- Module 5 (2/28) – Information Communities and Diverse Information Needs
- Module 6 (3/07) – Research-based Information Resources
- Module 7 (3/14) – Community-based Information Resources
- Module 8 (3/21) – User Experience
- Module 9 (4/04)– Intellectual Freedom and Information Communities
- Module 10 (4/11) – Information & Misinformation
- Module 11 (4/18) – Teaching and Learning
- Module 12 (4/25) – Global Information Communities
- Module 13 (5/02) – Emerging Technologies
- Module 14 (5/09) – Expanding Roles
- Module 15 (5/16) – Final Reflections
Blog Report Due Dates: (See assignment page for full descriptors.)
- Blog Post #1: Introduce yourself. (Participation) DUE: 2/06
- Blog Post #2: Describe the Information Community you are choosing to explore for the course and the research paper. DUE: 2/20
- Blog Post #3: Report on the information-seeking behavior and information needs of chosen community. DUE: 3/06
- Blog Post #4: Summarize one of the peer-reviewed articles relating to your information community you’ve found. UPDATE DUE: 3/16 (Submit your URL for grading)
- Blog Post #5: Explore how libraries and information centers create learning and programming opportunities for your chosen community. DUE: 4/24
- Blog Post #6: Report on the issues your community may face on an international scale. DUE: 5/01
- Blog Post #7: Report on your community’s use of emerging technologies. DUE: 5/08 (Submit your URL for grading)
- Blog Post #8: Personal reflection on information communities. (Participation) DUE: 5/16
Major Assignment Due Dates:
Ongoing Throughout Semester: Commenting, Engagement and Participation
Grading will be based on 100 possible points.
- All assignments are due on Sundays unless otherwise noted and must be turned in by 11:59 p.m. PT
- Major assignments after the book review should be submitted to Canvas (not your blog) using the file naming convention: “LastName_NameofAssignment” as a Word doc or PDF.
- Note: WordPress does not allow one easily to add a “hanging indent” for references listed in APA 7 format.
- Late submissions will be reduced by 20% of the total points possible for that assignment.
- If life circumstances require students to request an extension, please do so several days before the assignment is due or as soon as possible.
- Communication and interaction throughout the semester via the course site is expected and required.
- No incompletes are given for this section of INFO 200