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Sep 29, 11

Course site for the HDIKIF workshop. Edited by Kristen Mastel September 2011

Sep 29, 11

Handout for the workshop - revised September 2011 Kristen Mastel

Sep 08, 11

Slides comparing EndNote, EndNote Web, Mendeley, RefWorks, and Zotero (Sept. 2011)

Sep 08, 11

A comparison chart between EndNote, EndNote Web, Mendeley, RefWorks, and Zotero

Aug 25, 11

Handout showcasing various Moodle tools -- feedback, quiz, choice, forum, assignment, certificate, chat, database, wiki -- and how they can be used for assessment in library instruction.
by Jon Jeffryes & Megan Kocher

Aug 02, 11

PDF version of PowerPoint Poster Design infographic.

Aug 02, 11

A simulated poster show using Clickers. Used to start conversations about poster design principles.

Jul 06, 11

This blog discusses topics related to media literacy in general (critical, mainstream, media arts approaches), uses of media production, and media resources to support learning in higher education. Additional topics relate to emerging technologies, copyright and media, and intuitive web design. --Scott Spicer

Jul 06, 11

Just for fun, where do you think we are?

Jul 06, 11

List of commonly used assignments with references to corresponding ACRL standards. Includes links to tutorials at various university library web sites

Jul 06, 11

Information literacy tutorials created by Springfield College, as well as their collection of links to tutorials created by other institutions

Jul 06, 11

[This document aims to provide] a pragmatic framework for those professionals who need or are interested in starting an information literacy program.

Jul 06, 11

Wizard to help students make a thesis.

Jul 06, 11

Macromedia Flash source code for these tutorials is available free to interested libraries, universities and schools. Find out more!

Jul 06, 11

Sample information literacy-related genera and course-specific assignments from Springfield College

Jul 06, 11

A concept map is a diagram showing the relationships among concepts. Concepts are connected with labelled arrows, in a downward-branching hierarchical structure. The relationship between concepts is articulated in linking phrases, e.g., "gives rise to", "

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