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From Information Literacy to Transliteracy: Preparing our Students for Open Learning

par Librarian sur SUNY Empire State College on Apr 28, 2011

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Presentation for the Empire State College 2011 CDL Conference

Presentation for the Empire State College 2011 CDL Conference

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From Information Literacy to Transliteracy: Preparing our Students for Open Learning From Information Literacy to Transliteracy: Preparing our Students for Open Learning Presentation Transcript

  • Reason for Assignment
    • Working on beginning components of a research paper.
    • Produce drafts throughout course.
    • Final paper presented during last week.
  • Why Use Diigo?
    • Conducting online research
    • Incorporate citations in APA
    • Annotated bibliographies
    • Share references with peers
    • Create an online repository
  • Positive Uses
    • Can make groups private
    • Instructor can give feedback to students on quality of articles
    • Free technology
  • Another Example:
    @Home Library Workshops
    Methods:
    • Active (hands-on)
    • Multimodal (audio, text, visual)
    Needed (or next)?:
    • Assignment- or course-integration
    • Small group exercises