00:00    |    
Initial credits
00:20    |    
Introduction
28.8    |    
What do we know today about information literacy that we did not know in the past?
01:5.5    |    
What does it mean to use information ethically?
02:44    |    
What is the response of students and professors towards information literacy?
04:03    |    
What means can be used to reach students?
05:31    |    
How would you recommend students begin to evaluate information?
06:35.5    |    
Does this require more responsibility on the part of the researcher?
07:48    |    
How do librarians help faculty?
09:11    |    
Final words
09:17    |    
Final credits



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Information Literacy in University Libraries

11 de marzo de 2010   | Vistas: 16 |  

In this interview, David Wilson explains how information literacy in university libraries can help students and faculty access, evaluate, and employ information ethically.  In particular, he talks about how the ethical use of information can help to avoid plagiarism through the proper attribution of sources.  Although it may seem that we live in an era in which access to information is effortless, students are in fact having trouble delimiting the results of their searches.  According to Wilson, quality of education can be improved by learning how to properly research a topic and by developing a critical approach to evaluating information.




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