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RESEARCHING CREDIBLE CONNECTIONS
Research has demonstrated that many students enter institutions of higher learning without achieving proficient information skills. Further, other research, employing a framework based on studies of competence in the domain of psychology , has demonstrated that students. who are below proficient in terms of their information literacy skills evince a miscalculation between what they can do and what they think they can do.
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Another benefit of collaborating using Web 2.0 services is that it does not matter where in the world a collaborator is working—everyone can access and contribute equally. and practically instantaneously.
Media Literacy is an understanding of various forms of media, the abilities needed to access and operate them, and the capability to intelligently evaluate the economic, social, and political motives behind their use.
The prominent role of media outlets in our current global society has made an understanding of media literacy more critical than it has ever been before.
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The information literate student should be able to:
Determine the nature and extent of the information needed.
Access needed information effectively and efficiently.
Evaluate information and its sources critically and incorporate selected information into their knowledge base and value system.
Individually or as a member of a group, use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose.
Understand many of the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information and accesses and use information ethically and legally.
* California School Library Association Journal. Spring2004, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p21-23. 3p.
* The Academic College Research Libraries (ACRL) division of American Library Association.
* Canadian Journal of Information & Library Sciences. Dec2011, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p367-383. 17p.
* Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology. Mar2012, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p574-583. 10p.
* Based on the research and findings of Melissa Gross and Don Latham of Florida State University.
* Library Technology Reports. May2009, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p16-18. 3p.
* International Journal on Computer Science & Engineering. 2011 Vol. 3 Issue 2, p722-727. 6p.
I found this resources to be reliable based on the 10 C's. Both publications seem to be credible sources, available both in print and online, and the findings of Gross & Latham seem to be cited frequently. Copyright ownership is expressed and both articles included a list of resources.
I found these resources to be credible based on the 10 C's. The CSLA Journal is available in print and online and the ACRL is a division of the American Library Association. Both articles are recent, as they were published within the last two years.
I found these resources to be credible based on the 10 C's. Library Technology Reports is available both online and in print and the IJCSE is internationally respected peer-reviewed research journal. Both articles were published within the last five years.
* Journal of Media Literacy Education, v3 n2 p84-89 2011. 6p.
* Journal of Media Literacy Education, v4 n1 p32-43 12pp.
I found both of these articles to be credible based on the 10 C's. Both articles, from different authors, was published in 2011 by the Journal of Media Literacy. The JML originated in 1953 as Better Broadcast News.