Please read our final chapter, "Present" and answer the questions below. You do not need to complete the activities in the chapter.
Typically when you gather sources like we have for this class the next step is to write a paper. Often you are called upon in class, or, as requirement for graduation, to present the information you have learned through your research process.
Please complete the activity below about presenting on Scholars Day at Newman University.
View the activity as a full width page (recommended): http://newmanu.libwizard.com/scholarsday
Now that you've completed the learning activities and readings for the six frameworks of information literacy, let's review and discuss what you learned.
If you would rather view the tutorial full screen (recommended) click here: http://newmanu.libwizard.com/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=
You will need to login to our Blackboard class to participate in our class discussion. Please answer the question posted and interact with other students' or instructors' posts to receive credit.
This week's discussion question:
The final activity for this class is to complete the post-test.
If you haven't already started working on your annotated bibliography, you need to get going! This final assignment is worth 200 points and 1/3 of your total grade for this class. Below you will find the documents needed to complete this assignment.
If you have questions or concerns about your assignment, don't delay asking. This is due in Blackboard no later than 8:00 am, Monday, July 29, 2019.