Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:20    |    
    Personal details
  • 01:14    |    
    Information literacy
    • Standards for information literacy competency
    • Information literacy competency for students
    • Big six skills
    • Literacy competency projects and cooperation
  • 03:53    |    
    Information literacy
    • Problems in the information age
    • Information overload
      • Overload example: Google search
      • Impact of developing information technologies
    • Overload and education
      • Standard solutions to information overload
      • Internet information quality
      • An alternative solution
      • The three R's
  • 13:08    |    
    Definition of information literacy
  • Questions for educators
  • 14:30    |    
    Information literacy competency standards for higher education
    • Standard one
      • Library sources exercise
      • References sources
      • Using a search engine
    • Standard two
      • Developing critical thinking skills: Examination of a webpage
      • Listing information
      • Interpretation of non-verbal information
    • Standard three
      • Relationship with standard six
      • Important sections of a webpage
    • Standard four
    • Relationship with standard seven
    • Standard five
    • Avoiding plagiarism
  • 29:45    |    
    Group assignment
    • Explanation of the assignment
    • Types of assignments
    • Types of projects and instructions
      • Field projects
      • Literature projects
      • Art projects
      • Music projects
      • Ethics and philosophy
      • The art of everyday Life
  • 36:55    |    
    How to avoid plagiarism?
  • Recognition of plagiarism
  • 38:21    |    
    Citing sources
  • 38:44    |    
    Survey of valued skills
    • The big six research process
      • Task definition
      • Information seeking strategies
      • Location and access
      • Use of information
      • Synthesis
      • Evaluation
    • Use of the big six process for everyday contexts
    • Not a linear process
    • Distractions
  • 44:42    |    
    Using the big six context process in technology
    • Ordering information by the big six process
    • Word processing
    • Big six skills unit matrix
  • 48:02    |    
    Main goal of library and information programs
    • Teacher-librarian roles
    • Results
  • 49:51    |    
    Discussion
    • Book shelf location
    • Ludwig von Mises library webpage: Web services for teachers
    • Importance of encouraging use of library sources
    • Multi-tasking teaching era
  • 55:11    |    
    Final words
  • 55:28    |    
    Final credits


Conducting Bibliographic Research

New Media  | 16 de febrero de 2006  | Vistas: 2588

The academic chapter in life is essential to the preparation of anyone who will enter the real world and therefore needs to know all its resources. Belinda Boon talks about conducting bibliographic research, one important aspect to be successful in the academic field. She comments on information literacy that is the ability to locate, evaluate and use information effectively; she also talks about the problems that it is currently facing such as information overload and lack of reliable Internet resources. She describes the five standards to have a competent higher education and the methods that should be used in assigning group work. Boon lists the six rules in research process, which include task definition and strategies in seeking information; she also analyzes the main goal of a library and information programs.




Conferencista

Belinda Boon is assistant professor in the School of Library and…

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Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

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