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College Research Literacy Summer 2019--Demonstration

For demonstration purposes

Week 1

Pre-Test

Information Literacy Tutorial | PRE-TEST. (n.d.). Retrieved July 12, 2018, from http://webs.anokaramsey.edu/literacy/pretest.html

Calkins, K. (n.d.). LibGuides: InfoLit Modules: Pre-test. Retrieved July12, 2018, from https://uwyo.libguides.com/c.php?g=729916&p=521390

Information literacy assessment for RDG081: Pre-test. (n.d.). Retrieved from Calkins, K. (n.d.). LibGuides: InfoLit Modules: Pre-test. Retrieved August 26, 2018, from https://uwyo.libguides.com/c.php?g=729916&p=5213904
 
What is Information Literacy? Video
Modern Librarian Memoirs. (2017). What is information literacy? Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbe6xBibOL4
 
Reading #1
Bobish, G., & Jacobson, T. (Eds.). (2014). Conclusion. In The information literacy user’s guide: An open, online textbook (pp. 130–133). Retrieved from https://textbooks.opensuny.org/the-information-literacy-users-guide-an-open-online-textbook/
 
Reading #2
McAdoo, M. L. (2015). Understanding libraries and librarians. In The student’s survival guide to research (pp. 37–47). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Week 2

Association of College & Research Libraries. (2015). Framework for information literacy for higher education. Chicago: American Library Association. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/issues/infolit/Framework_ILHE.pdf
 

Lecture

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

McAdoo, M. L. (2015). The student’s survival guide to research. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.
 

Inform Your Thinking

Inform your thinking: Research is a conversation. (2016). Oklamhoma State University, Edmond Low Library. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/DmbO3JX5xvU

Tutorial

New Literacies Alliance. (2017). Citations: The foundation of scholarly conversation.

                                                                                          Tracking Scholarly Conversations

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Identifying most important or most cited information. In Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (pp. 20–21). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.
Cebula R. J., Duquette, C. M., & Franklin G. Mixon, Jr. (2013). Battleground states and voter participation in US presidential elections: An empirical text. Applied Economics, 45, 3795–3799.

Fedderson. (2004). Rational choice theory and the paradox of not voting. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 18(1), 99–112.

Shachar, R., & Nalebuff, B. (1999). Follow the leader: Theory and evidence on political participation. The American Economic Review, 89(3), 525–547.

Changing Course

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Changing course. In Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (p. 31). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Taubes, G. (2011, April 17). Is sugar toxic? New York Times, p. 47.
 

Evaluating Different Types of Information Sources

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Evaluating Different Types of Information Sources. In Teaching information literacy Reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (pp. 26–27). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Carolan, M. (2010). Sociological ambivalence and climate change. Local Environment, 15(4), 309–321. https://doi.org/10.1080/13549831003677662

Doyle, R. (2017, October 31). Climate change no longer future threat: Disease, heat hurting us now, study finds. USA Today, p. 1A

Jay, C. B. (2018, May 8). Call opioid addiction what it is - and act. USA Today, p. 7A.

Opioid abuse and sources of supply: Scope of the current crisis. (2018). Congressional Digest, 97(2), 3–5.

Rasmussen, E. (2017, June). Climate change threatens mental health, well-being of Americans. The Nation, 47(4), 6.

Stevenson, E., & Cole, J. (2015). Associations between chronic non-cancer pain and medication assisted treatment outcomes for opiate addiction. The American Journal on Addictions, 24, 138–143. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajad.12151

 

Week 3

Association of College & Research Libraries. (2015). Framework for information literacy for higher education. Chicago: American Library Association. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/issues/infolit/Framework_ILHE.pdf

Lecture

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

McAdoo, M. L. (2015). The student’s survival guide to research. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Textbook

Gather. (2014). In The information literacy user’s guide. Geneseo: NY: Open SUNY Textbooks.

Inform Your Thinking

Inform your thinking: It’s all about the questions. (2016). Oklamhoma State University, Edmond Low Library. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/PDsAjP3tNzk
Tutorial

New Literacies Alliance. (2017). Ask the right questions.
 

Developing a Research Question: Topic Selection

Klipfel, K. M. (2015). Developing a research question: topic selection. In Teaching information literacy threshold concepts: Lesson plans for librarians (pp. 50–54). Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries.
Creating a Research Question is Research!
Burkhardt, J. (2016). Creating a research question is research! In Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (pp. 51–52). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.
Understanding LC Classification & Searching for Spec​ific Resource Types
Librarianship Studies & Information Technology. (2017). Library of Congress Classification. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=z5EyEAbiQzg
Binghamton University Libraries. (2016). Library of Congress Classification: How books are organized in academic libraries. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vq_nXCKqvvI
Citation Styles
Burkhardt, J. (2016). Citation styles. In Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (pp. 127–128). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Week 4

Association of College & Research Libraries. (2015). Framework for information literacy for higher education. Chicago: American Library Association. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/issues/infolit/Framework_ILHE.pdf
 

Lecture

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

McAdoo, M. L. (2015). The student’s survival guide to research. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.
 

Inform Your Thinking

OkStateLibrary. (2016). Inform Your Thinking: Episode 2 - Who do you trust and why? Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMe50BDb4M0
Tutorial

New Literacies Alliance. (2016). Question authority.

                                                                                        Evaluating Websites

McAdoo, M. L. (2015). The student’s survival guide to research. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Credentials That Confer Authority

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Authority. In Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (pp. 58–62). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Week 5

Association of College & Research Libraries. (2015). Framework for information literacy for higher education. Chicago: American Library Association. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/issues/infolit/Framework_ILHE.pdf
 

Lecture

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

McAdoo, M. L. (2015). The student’s survival guide to research. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.
 

Inform Your Thinking

OkStateLibrary. (2016). Inform your thinking: Episode 5 - How is your information created? Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThQAmo4c66k

Tutorial

New Literacies Alliance. (2016). Types of information.

                                                                                        Short Forms of Communication

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Short communications. In Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (p. 83). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Wall Street Journal. (2018). Three Senators key to the Kavanaugh confirmation following accusations. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psny1wG70rc

Long Formats of Communication

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Long messages. In Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (p. 85). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Nonverbal Messages

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Nonverbal messages. In Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (p. 86). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.
Photo credits: 
Tiger Woods celebrates during the U.S. Amateur Championships at... (1996). Retrieved from https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/tiger-woods-celebrates-during-the-u-s-amateur-championships-news-photo/278654
Over 500,000 people arrived at Rome’s infamous Colosseum to celebrate... (2018). Retrieved from https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/photo/rome-pride-march-royalty-free-image/972581692
Murambi Genocide Memorial Centre, where mortal remains of more than... (2004). Retrieved from https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/murambi-genocide-memorial-centre-where-mortal-remains-of-news-photo/470417734
Debris after tornado. (2011). Retrieved from https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/photo/debris-after-tornado-royalty-free-image/854657114?et=maFZcpu8TB13ziiBMjVoug&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fnewmanu.libwizard.com%2Fbuilder.php%3Fid%3Df1df67b0ecb5c9f0d68f15ec8ea8bf68
The commandant of the Civil Defence Technical Training Centre in... (1952). Retrieved from https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/the-commandant-of-the-civil-defence-technical-training-news-photo/2635493

Week 6

Association of College & Research Libraries. (2015). Framework for information literacy for higher education. Chicago: American Library Association. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/issues/infolit/Framework_ILHE.pdf
 

Lecture

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

McAdoo, M. L. (2015). The student’s survival guide to research. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.
 

Inform Your Thinking

OkStateLibrary. (2016). Inform your thinking: Episode 6 - Search smarter. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/SreCuGxQI-I

Tutorial

New Literacies Alliance. (2018). Search strategies: Design, refine, adjust.
 

Strategizing

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Strategizing. In Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (p. 116). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Keywording

Oravet, C. C. (2015). Keywording. In P. Bravender, H. McClure, & G. Schaub (Eds.), Teaching information literacy threshold concepts: Lesson plans for librarians (pp. 133–136). Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries.

Constructing a Search Strategy for YOUR Topic

​McAdoo, M. L. (2015). The student’s survival guide to research. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Week 7

Association of College & Research Libraries. (2015). Framework for information literacy for higher education. Chicago: American Library Association. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/issues/infolit/Framework_ILHE.pdf
 

Lecture

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

McAdoo, M. L. (2015). The student’s survival guide to research. Chicago: Neal-Schuman.
 

Inform Your Thinking

OkStateLibrary. (2016). Inform your thinking: Episode 3 - Information has value. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGq9acIW0gw

Tutorial #1

New Literacies Alliance. (2018). Access matters.

Tutorial #2

New Literacies Alliance. (2016). Value of information.

Personal Information & Privacy Issues

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Personal information and privacy. In Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (pp. 134–135). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Burkhardt, J. (2016). Privacy issues. In Teaching information literacy reframed: 50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners (p. 137). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Plagiarism & Copyright

Bravender, P., & Schaub, G. (2015). Recognizing plagiarism. In P. Bravender, H. McClure, & G. Schaub (Eds.), Teaching information literacy threshold concepts: Lesson plans for librarians (pp. 163–165). Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries.

Bravender, P. (2015). Plagiarism v. copyright infringement. In P. Bravender, H. McClure, & G. Schaub (Eds.), Teaching information literacy threshold concepts: Lesson plans for librarians (pp. 157–162). Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries.

Week 8

How Information Works

Saines, S. (2017). How information works. Retrieved from http://sandbox.acrl.org/system/tdf/resources/how_info_works%20final.pdf?file=1&type=node&id=389&force=

Post-Test

Information Literacy Tutorial | PRE-TEST. (n.d.). Retrieved July 12, 2018, from http://webs.anokaramsey.edu/literacy/pretest.html
Calkins, K. (n.d.). LibGuides: InfoLit Modules: Pre-test. Retrieved July12, 2018, from https://uwyo.libguides.com/c.php?g=729916&p=521390
Information literacy assessment for RDG081: Pre-test. (n.d.). Retrieved from Calkins, K. (n.d.). LibGuides: InfoLit Modules: Pre-test. Retrieved August 26, 2018, from https://uwyo.libguides.com/c.php?g=729916&p=5213904