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Researching Credible Connections
Transcript of Researching Credible Connections
In 1974, the President of Information Industry Association, Paul Zurkowski, came up with the concept of "Information Literacy." At this time, his proposal was submitted to the NCLS ( US National Commission on Libraries and Information Science). This is how Information Literacy first came to be.
Web 2.0 Tools is a technology that is web-based for the uses of communication and sharing. It is believed that Web 2.0 Tools has created a growing community for learning and networking over the years. Bringing people closer together, and more information available with the click of a button. In 2005 the term "Web 2.0 Tools" was used by Tim O'Rilley.
The term "Netiquette," What does it mean? "Netiquette" is a term to describe a set of rules or guidelines you should follow when communicating online, and online ethics. The so-called "Golden Rule" of "Netiquette" is, "Do unto others as you would have done to you." This can include being appropriate and not being rude to one another.
The internet is a place that is constantly changing, and becoming more active. A lot of things in every day life now revolve around the internet. The world of the internet use to be a much different place before the "Dotcom" crash. The "Dotcom" crash would change how the web is used and perceived.
Over the years Media Literacy based courses have been more prominent in education, specifically grades K-12. Some of these classes have their own unique class, or are integrated into other academic programs.
Schmidt, Hans C. 2013, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p295-309, 15p
"Media Literacy Education from Kindergarten to College: A Comparison of how Media Literacy is Addressed Across the Education System."
Why is this credible?
I found this information On Namle.net which stands for "National Media Literacy Education." This information was pertaining to the original source. Another site was UNCW. edu, a website also linking Hans article. The website is also listed as a "Journal for Effective teaching. "
"Challenges in Spreading Information Literacy Among Students."
Shantaram, Pranesh Dec2012, Vol. 2 Issue 11, Special section p1-5. 5p.
Why this is Credible
There is a wiki page specifically dedicated to Information Literacy, and Paul Zurkowski's coined term/concept of "Information Literacy." I also found information on Infolit.org, which is called "National Forum on Information Literacy." The article on this page gives a detailed description of Paul Zurkowski, his life, and findings on Information Literacy.
"An Introduction and Guide to Enhancing Online Instruction with Web 2.0 Tools."
Tunks, Karyn W. v9 n2 Jul 2012. 16 pp.
Why is it Credible?
One website that gave information on Web 2.0 Tools was web2012.discoveryeducation.com. This website contains information and links on how to use Web 2.0 Tools, and how it can be helpful to you. There are a variety of tools they list to help you understand Web 2.0 Tools. Another site with information was Wikipedia. It supported the article by listing who came up with Web 2.0 Tools technology, and gave information on the technology.
"Etiquette Online: From Nice to Necessary."
Preece, Jenny. Apr2004, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p56-61. 6p.
Why is this Credible?
One source was from Networketiquette.net, a website giving information on the proper way to communicate with others online, using "netiquette." It is very informative, giving helpful hints on how to act appropriate on the web. Another site was a Wikipedia dedicating many links and information on "Netiquette." Listing links to different things where "Netiquette" should be used. Including blogs, social networking and e-mail.
"My List: A Collection on "Researching Credible Connections."
Why is this Credible?
One of the sources contained information on the "Dotcom" crash. Www.inc.com, gave in-depth details on how the "Dotcom" crash changed the internet and how the internet is used. It explains how/why the "bubble burst," and supports the article. The next source, Wikipedia gave information and history on "dotcom" and how the internet was pre-date and post-date to the "burst." It also gave brief history on both sides, and how the post-bubble burst has shaped the way our internet is today.