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|Genre/Form:||Handbooks, manuals, etc|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Carol Anne Germain; Deborah Bernnard
|Description:||168 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. + 1 computer disk (3 1/2 in.)|
|Details:||System requirements: PC; 1 floppy disk drive.; System requirements for accompanying disk: Windows; Microsoft Word processor.|
|Contents:||Section 1-Group activities: Processing information: understanding the how, where, and why of information resources / Jeanine Akers--Learning library resources: discovering and comparing your choices / Virginia Bailey, Laura Baker, Karen Hendrick--Dissecting a database / Cheryl A. Bartel, Cinthya Ippoliti, Dominique Turnbow--Brainstorming keywords for research topics in psychology / Allison Faix--Indexes for psychology: how to choose them, how to use them /Allison Faix--Western music to 1750 / Dorothy Glew--Integrating citation method into information literacy instruction / Benjamin R. Harris--Finding eighteenth and nineteenth-century periodicals / Michelle S. Millet--Critical exploration of periodical indexes: a lesson plan for active learning / Patti Ryan--"The flow of information": understanding how scholarly information is created and organized / Anna Marie Johnson--First-year web searching '/ Kim Ranger, Mary K. Hill--Section 2-Case-based activities: Information needs scenarios / David Ettinger--The scientific research process / Pamela A. Jackson--Evaluating and including government publications in your research / Susan Kendall, Pamela A. Jackson--"Real world" plagiarism case studies / Kate Manuel--The politics of copyright as learned through legislative histories / Kate Manuel--Ethics of "real world" information seeking & use / Kate Manuel--Critically thinking about the news / Deborah Bernnard--"Reading" texts, connecting to research through art and artifacts: a course-integrated information literacy lesson plan / Deborah M. LaFond--Section 3-Librarian-led activities: "Evaluating your search results: on the road to the good stuff" / Stephanie Sterling Brasley--International business research: defining information needs / Christopher Frasier--Empowering student groups with games / Holly Heller-Ross--Developing keywords / Debbi Renfrow--Internet sources versus subscription sources / Debbi Renfrow--Know your library treasures / Barbara A. Shaffer--The why, when and how of citing sources using MLA / Kari Nyren Mofford--Visualizing the Internet / Carol Anne Germain--Section 4-Debunking activities: Web evaluation class / Eloise Bellard--Plagiarism detectives / Carol Anne Germain--Scientific discovery as portrayed in popular media / Jill Gremmels.|
|Series Title:||Active learning series, no. 8.|
|Other Titles:||Empowering students two
Teaching information literacy concepts with hands-on and minds-on activities
|Responsibility:||Carol Anne Germain and Deborah Bernnard, editors.|
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