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  • Balanced Plateful: The Pyramid of Evidence 

    Hewitt, Rebecca Troendle (Association of College and Research Libraries, 2016)
    The Pyramid of Evidence is a hands-on, active learning exercise which helps students develop a framework with which to evaluate source authority in an academic setting and within discovery tools. It is interactive, rooted ...
  • Dateline: Library - Services Supporting a Proposed Journalism Program 

    deChambeau, Aimee; Selvin, Barbara (deChambeau & Selvin, 2006-06-15)
    Strong parallels between news literacy and information literacy are being used to open the door between the library and the school of journalism. Early discussions about literacy have morphed into a stronger liaison ...
  • Designing Innovative Online Learning: Integrating a Coursera MOOC with Open SUNY Badging 

    Jacobsen, Trudi; Mackey, Thomas; Forte, michele; McQuigge, Amy; Stone, Kathleen; Hecker, Jenna; O'Brien, Kelsey (2014)
    This project, led by Principal Investigators Trudi Jacobson and Tom Mackey, ex-pands the SUNY-wide Metaliteracy Learning Collaborative to develop a Coursera MOOC on metaliteracy that integrates with our existing Open SUNY ...
  • The Information Literacy User’s Guide: An Open, Online Textbook 

    Jacobsen, Trudi; Bobish, Greg; Bernnard, Deborah; Bullis, Daryl; Hecker, Jenna; Holden, Irina; Hosier, Allison; Loney, Tor (Open SUNY Textbooks at the State University of New York College at Geneseo, 2014-04-04)
    Good researchers have a host of tools at their disposal that make navigating today’s complex information ecosystem much more manageable. Gaining the knowledge, abilities, and self-reflection necessary to be a good researcher ...
  • Reading Freire for First World Librarians 

    Beatty, Joshua F. (2015-06-02)
    Librarians in the nascent critical information literacy movement have embraced the dialogical, problem-posing educational model that Paulo Freire described in Pedagogy of the Oppressed. But less well known are Freire's ...
  • Social Media as Game Strategy: Twitter in the #infolit Instruction Session 

    Willoughby, Lydia; Blanchat, Kelly (2015-06-04)
    The lure of distractions can entice even the strongest of student wills in a computer classroom. Research requires strategic thinking and ordered planning to drown out the noise of online distractions. This poster demonstrates ...
  • Using Information Literacy Standards to Improve Geoscience Courses 

    deChambeau, Aimee; Sasowsky, Ira D. (National Association of Geoscience Teachers, 2003-11)
    Information literacy (IL) is the set of skills that enables a person to find, evaluate, and use information. Although IL is important in the geosciences, it is hard to teach because the information comes in so many forms. ...