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Using Information Literacy Standards to Improve Geoscience Courses
(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. ...
Teaching in an Online Environment: Group Work for Critical Thinking.
(Stony Brook University Libraries., 2009-01-15)
Working in groups online has a wide variety of benefits for both learners and instructors. Understanding how students' critical thinking skills benefit from group work can motivate us as instructors to create group projects ...
Struggles of the "Father"
(Ad Astra, 2002-09)
Biographical account of Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky, the father of Soviet cosmonautics.
Applying Classroom Techniques to an Online Course
A presentation of four techniques, traditionally geared for face to face classes, which have been successfully implemented in an online graduate level library science course: Modified Minute Papers, Buzz Groups, Peer Review, ...
Dateline: Library - Services Supporting a Proposed Journalism Program
(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 ...