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Library Media

by: Jamilia Johnson

Library Media LM 1010

Jamilia Johnson
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jamilia Johnson on Monday February 22, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to LM 1010 at Southern Utah University taught by Scott Lanning in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 49 views. For similar materials see Library Media in Professional Education Services at Southern Utah University.


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Date Created: 02/22/16
Week one notes  1. Discuss information literacy and its importance to college and career readiness, and  lifelong learning  2. Examine how the LM 1010 course is laid out in canvas  3. Identify skills and dispositions of successful( online) learners  4. Review academic honesty and ethical use of information   a. Information literacy skill will help with your edge project  b. Skills you gain correlate with the next assignment  c. Information Literacy: the set of integrated abilities encompassing the reflecting  discovery of information, the understanding of how information is produced and  valued, and the use of information in creating new knowledge and participating  ethically in communities of learning.”  d. The united nations educational scientific and cultural organization considers  information literacy a BASIC HUMAN RIGHT  i. It’s an essential learning outcome of SUU   ii. Information literate people are prepared to use information to solve  problems in different situations        What can you learn?  1. How do you frame an information need?  2. Where do you get your information?  3. How do you use the information?  4. Information Literacy is a life skill    You can protect yourself by:  1. Asking questions  2. Challenging information  3. Find and use reliable resources    How can we impact these outcomes?  1. Get engaged  2. Remain informed  Information and critical thinking are keys to academic performance and professional  performance    Ways to avoid plagiarism is:  1. Take careful notes of where the information you are referring to comes from.  a. This way you’re giving the author credit  Intellectual Property:​  Anything resulting from the creative process  Fair Use:​ Allows some copyrighted works to be used for certain specific purposes  without copyright infringement.  Information Ethics:  ● Intellectual Property: ​ The rights of a creator that controls the work he/she has created.  ○ Includes: Books, articles, music, software, paintings, games, plays, photographs,  and movies  ● Copyrights  ○ Anything created by a person is their property  ○ Federal documents can’t be copyrighted  ○ Ex: Books before 1923 ( Mark Twain and Shakespeare)  ● Copyrights vs. Plagiarism  ○ Copyrights is using/ downloading another's work without their permission and it’s  a federal law.  ○ Plagiarism is using someone’s work as your own and not giving them credit                                                                Week  Two Notes  Objectives:  1. Examine the research process from a procedural/ emotional framework   2. Identify resources for selecting a research tool  3. Explore different search strategies for refining your information search  4. Develop/ Discuss potential research topics with your peers    Connect and Wonder­ Early stages of research papers  ● Connect to self, previous knowledge  ● Gain background / Content  ● Develop questions   ● Make predictions, hypothesis    Introduction: The research process  ● Employers are seeking information ­ savvy individuals who are not only able to find  reliable information in their field, but also who are capable of applying it in meaningful  ways.    Research is not a linear process with a start and finish    ● Barbara Stripling’s model of inquiry is meant to provide you with a framework for  conditioning your research. ( step­ by­ step research)  ● Kuhlthau’s model of the information search process serves as a framework for  understanding the research process through commonly experienced feelings, thoughts,  and actions. ( frustration is part of the process)  ● A suitable research topic will be one that suits the assignment requirement, the time  availability, or the scope of the problem to be solved.  ○ 1. Understand the assignment  ○ 2. Try to avoid overuse topic ideas  ○ 3. Choose a topic that interest you.  ● Google Scholar­ designed to search for academic search/ scholarly articles, patient's/  legal documents, and online books.  ● Research questions ​addresses a problem to be solved  ● Thesis statement: a tentative answer to a research question   ■ Strategies to focus on:  ○ Time  ○ Place  ○ Population  ○ Viewpoint  ● Truncation will broaden a search  ○ It saves time ( don’t have to search multiple times)        Week Three Notes  Objectives:  1. Identify the main concepts or keywords in a research question  2. Create concise search statements by combining the keywords and boolean operators  3. Recognize the varying resources available in our library for conducting a research   4. Evaluate a piece of information for ​ authority, accuracy, ​ and​ currency     Where are we in the research process?  ● Develop questions   ● Make predictions  ● Find and evaluate information to answer  ● Question, test the hypothesis  ● Think about information to illuminate new questions and hypothesis    Introduction: Question and Exploring  ● We are all inevitable information consumers  ● Your research becomes more well rounded when you consider   Multiple sources  Credible sources   ● High quality  ● Trustworthy  1. The author’s expertise  2. Author’s point of view   3. Date of publication                                     


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