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A chance to look forward to new technologies, ideas and innovations in 2013. Topic Icon photo by Atos International via Flickr Creative Commons.
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Creative Communities: expanding conceptions of digital literacy | Digital Present

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IL Group (CILIP Information Literacy Group)

IL Group (CILIP Information Literacy Group) | 2014 in libraries | Scoop.it
A CILIP Special Interest Group which encourages debate and the exchange of knowledge in all aspects of Information Literacy.

The Information Literacy Group aims to:

- To provide a forum for discussion
- To disseminate information about local, national and international initiatives
- To encourage the publication of articles, both nationally and internationally, which share new ideas, initiatives and experience
- To encourage collaboration and support across all sectors of the profession
- To highlight and promote good practice
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What do wearable devices bring to market research?: Are wearable devices like Google Glass viable alternatives to mobile handsets for market research? | warc.com

What do wearable devices bring to market research?: Are wearable devices like Google Glass viable alternatives to mobile handsets for market research? | warc.com | 2014 in libraries | Scoop.it
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Tales from the crypt: 10 social media horror stories

Image available from Geek Peeks [Accessed March 2014].
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Great presentation on getting social media right. Features examples, a quiz (lots of fun) and a fair few laughs. Excellent as a session for students across many levels.

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Blog 2014 - Teaching not Telling: Information Literacy and Summon Day

Blog 2014 - Teaching not Telling: Information Literacy and Summon Day | 2014 in libraries | Scoop.it
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Emma Coonan has put together full proceedings from the Summon and IL event held last year. Includes my article on Step Up to HE and Summon.

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Real world v online world: teens do not distinguish - Telegraph

Real world v online world: teens do not distinguish  - Telegraph | 2014 in libraries | Scoop.it
Digital Lives survey raises questions about whether schools are protecting young people from online dangers
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Using social media for job hunting and recruitment

Using social media for job hunting and recruitment | 2014 in libraries | Scoop.it
We were invited to give a guest lecture about using social media to find jobs, promote yourself online and offer some tips on best practices. This is a summary of that lecture.
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Not new advice but good reminders - some excellent videos too.

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Jorum

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Would I lie to you? Academic language quiz
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Visitors and Residents - YouTube

David White (@daveowhite, http://twitter.com/daveowhite) of the University of Oxford explains how the Visitors and Residents model provides a framework to un...
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Developing your online identity as a researcher « Educational Development @ Liverpool

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BoB National - Log in

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Explanation of the peer review journal process by Professor Brian Cox and Dr. Philip Campbell (Editor in Chief of Nature) from the programme Science Britannica 2/3. Method and Madness: Professor Brian Cox.

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IFLA Information Literacy Satellite Limerick - Critical Pedagogy for …

Presentation on the application of critical pedagogical theory to information literacy and my PhD research into how it can support political agency and partici…
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The Teacher's Guide To Google Glass - Edudemic

The Teacher's Guide To Google Glass - Edudemic | 2014 in libraries | Scoop.it
The potential for Google Glass in education is just too great. That's why we thought it would be useful to compile an early-stages 'Teacher's Guide to Google Glass'
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Taylor & Francis Online :: New Review of Academic Librarianship - Volume 20, Issue 2

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Paths of Discovery: Comparing the Search Effectiveness of EBSCO Discovery Service, Summon, Google Scholar, and Conventional Library Resources

Paths of Discovery: Comparing the Search Effectiveness of EBSCO Discovery Service, Summon, Google Scholar, and Conventional Library Resources | 2014 in libraries | Scoop.it
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A Great Guide on Teaching Students about Digital Footprint ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Great Guide on Teaching Students about Digital Footprint ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | 2014 in libraries | Scoop.it
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Developing digital literacies

Developing digital literacies | 2014 in libraries | Scoop.it
This infoKit provides ideas and resources to inspire the strategic development of digital literacies ie those capabilities which support living, learning and working in a digital society.
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Phil Bradley's weblog: The trojan horse of Getty 'free' images

Phil Bradley's weblog: The trojan horse of Getty 'free' images | 2014 in libraries | Scoop.it
There's been lots of discussion in blogs and on Twitter about Getty's offer to make images available supposedly for 'free'. The only problem is that they're not free, as Karen Blakeman points out in her blog post on the subject. While on the surface of it, it seems to be a lovely kind gesture, I would caution anyone who is thinking of using the service to consider it very carefully. On their website Getty says "Getty Images is leading the way in creating a more visual world. Our new embed feature makes it easy, legal, and free for anybody to...
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When is 'free' not free?

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