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Information Fluency- Prof. Hayden

"Reframing Reference"
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Melinda Livas

on 7 October 2010

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Transcript of Information Fluency- Prof. Hayden


INFORMATION FLUENCY
What is it? Melinda M. Livas
Information Fluency Librarian
Everett Library
Queens University of Charlotte Technology Literacy 11- LibGuides Market LibGuides Research
Packaging-presenting conclusions using packaging tools: SPSS / PASW
http://www.queens.libguides.com/ Statistical Package for Social Sciences or
(Predictive Analytic SoftWare) Create a Webpage
YouTube Video
Vuvox to create Collages
Recognize the need for information
to solve problems develop ideas Evaluate information and its
sources critically Incorporate selected information
into one’s knowledge base Information Literacy has six main components called the "Big 6" Know where to find information,
(utilizing Everett Library's on-line catalog system,
and searching Everett's databases.) Understand the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information, and access and use information ethically and legally Use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose Access
Evaluate
Organize
Disseminate Identify the problem
consider “all” uncertainties
Review “all” issues Explore interpretations and connections
Organize your information Prioritize alternatives
Include thorough analysis Develop an ongoing process for generating new information The Critical Thinking Process Any questions?
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