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LS 121: Got information?
Links to additional content for students in LS 121
Defining Your Topic
Ethical and Legal Issues
Citing Your Sources
My Topic: Students in OUSD schools need healthier lunch
Types of Sources
Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education
from the Association of College and Research Libraries. In pdf format.
Info Lit Framework explained
The Framework is organized into six frames, each outlining a concept central to information literacy. Find out more about the six concepts that anchor the frames. From Bucknell University
The Prague Declaration on Information Literacy
From the UNESCO
Libraries matter in the digital age
It is not libraries vs. the internet.
State of America's Libraries 2014
The Executive Summary provides an uplifting summary.
Leonard Pitts Jr. on political discourse (9/27/10)
Quote from article: "a clash between reason and its opposite, between those who are willing and able to talk a thing through, think it through, even argue it through, and those who are unwilling and unable to do so."
Tutorial for InfoPower from the University of Wyoming
Where do Ideas Come From?
The potential of big data - or risks???
Sources of Information
The Information Cycle
What information is available about an event or topic changes over time and with it the depth of coverage. Which types of sources would you want?
From the University of Washington Libraries
Drowning in a Sea of Information?
Simple tutorial on selecting dependable sources of information.
Surviving the Online Class
Online Course Etiquette
Defining Your Topic >>
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