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Information Literacy Weblog: Plagiarism Education Week webcasts

Information Literacy Weblog: Plagiarism Education Week webcasts | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it

There are webcasts from Turnitin's Plagiarism Education week, including:
- Students and Plagiarism: Exploring the Disconnect Between Morals and Behavior (Jason Stephens, Educational Psychologist at University of Connecticut)
- Responding to Plagiarism: Lesson Plans and Strategies (Lynn Lampert, Chair of Reference & Instructional Services and Coordinator of Information Literacy & Instruction at California State University Northridge)
- Teaching Originality, Creativity, and Critical Thinking (Kelly McBride, Senior Faculty, Ethics, Reporting and Writing, Poynter)
There are also the winning student entries for an anti-plagiarism poster competition.
http://turnitin.com/en_us/resources/plagiarism-education-week
Photo by Sheila Webber: Woods, Hellingly, April 2013

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White Paper : Making Sense of MOOCs

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Making Sense of MOOCs: Musings in a Maze of Myth, Paradox and Possibility
by Sir John Daniel

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The League of Extraordinary Librarians: media specialists are leading the way as tech superheroes

The League of Extraordinary Librarians: media specialists are leading the way as tech superheroes | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it

Meet the latest tech superheroes: school librarians. According to School Library Journal’s 2012 School Technology Survey, media specialists are leading the charge to bring new media, mobile devices, social apps, and web-based technologies into our nation’s classrooms.

 

So far, the results have been pretty impressive: 87 percent of school librarians report that they’re in charge of their library’s technology, with 60 percent adding that they’ve also introduced it into the classroom. Furthermore, 44 percent now serve on their school’s tech team, and in these budget-troubled times, when many library positions are on the line, that role may mean increased job security. In fact, 55 percent of the elementary, middle, and high school librarians that responded to our survey say that their tech skills have increased their value in administrators’ eyes.


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Librarians are tech superheroes as well!

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Pierre Mounier aux 4e journées du réseau Médici : “l’internationalisation est au coeur de l’activité d’OpenEdition”

Où en est la diffusion de l’édition scientifique en France ? A quels défis se trouve-t-elle aujourd’hui confrontée ? Comment le numérique, et notamment internet, modifie-t-il les équilibres de ce secteur ? Et comment l’internationalisation et son corollaire, la compétition de plus en plus âpre des acteurs à l’échelle mondiale, la conduisent-elles à évoluer ?

C’est pour répondre à ces questions que le réseau Médici, qui rassemble des professionnels de l’édition scientifique publique, organisait, les 9 et 10 avril 2013 à l’île d’Oléron, ses quatrièmes journées consacrées à la diffusion de l’édition scientifique.

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The Thomson Reuters Journal Selection Process

The Thomson Reuters Journal Selection Process | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it

 Thomson Reuters is committed to providing comprehensive coverage of the world's most important and influential journals to meet its subscribers' current awareness and retrospective information retrieval needs. Today Web of Science SM covers over 12,000 top tier international and regional journals in every area of the natural sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities.

But comprehensive does not necessarily mean all-inclusive.

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Science Europe : principes pour assurer la transition vers le Libre Accès

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Dans un communiqué de presse, l’Association Science Europe annonce que l’ensemble de ses membres est d’accord pour que les résultats des recherches financées par des fonds publics soient accessibles sans condition restrictive. Ils ont identifié des principes listés dans le texte, Principles for the Transition to Open Access to Research Publications, qui donnent les éléments pour assurer la transition vers le Libre Accès.Click here to edit the title

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Appui à la publication scientifique dans le domaine des technologies de l’information et de la communication pour l’enseignement (TICE) et de la formation ouverte et à distance (FOAD) -

Appui à la publication scientifique dans le domaine des technologies de l’information et de la communication pour l’enseignement (TICE) et de la formation ouverte et à distance (FOAD) - | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it

La recherche en technologies de l’information et de la communication pour l’enseignement (TICE) et en formation ouverte et à distance (FOAD) est pluridisciplinaire. Elle fait notamment appel aux sciences de l’éducation, aux sciences de l’information et de la communication, à l’informatique, à la psychologie (en particulier à la psychologie cognitive), à la sociologie, aux sciences politiques, aux sciences économiques (en particulier à l’économie du développement), aux sciences juridiques et à la philosophie. Ce multi-référencement est source de richesse mais aussi de fragmentation. S’il existe des laboratoires de recherche capables en Europe et au Canada de faire vivre ces croisements disciplinaires, le constat est qu’au Sud, la recherche a du mal à se structurer, la multi-disciplinarité devenant, faute de moyens, un handicap.


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Information literacy : an international state of the art report (French Speaking Countries) update 2010

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Les éditeurs scientifiques publics à la recherche de leurs nouveaux modèles de diffusion

Les éditeurs scientifiques publics à la recherche de leurs nouveaux modèles de diffusion | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it

J’étais invité au début de ce mois aux quatrièmes journées du réseau Médici, réseau qui rassemble des professionnels de l’édition scientifique publique au travers différents organismes de recherche, quelle que soit leur discipline. Pendant deux jours, débats, tables-rondes et communications se sont succédé sur le thème de la diffusion de l’édition scientifique.

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Video: Library as Research Platform

This presentation introduces the technology vision behind the James B. Hunt Jr. Library, a new, 200,000 square foot building that opened in January 2013 at North Carolina State University (NCSU). The Hunt Library was designed to meet the challenge of re-envisioning library spaces as a platform for research. The library’s goal is to engage researchers across disciplines by deploying broadly applicable technologies such as large-scale visualization, high resolution and 3D imagery, and interactive computing. These core technologies are expressed in physical spaces such as Immersion Theater, Game Lab, Media Production Studios, Teaching & Visualization Lab, and Creativity Studio. Through an inherent ability to reconfigure, re-purpose, and interchange components and infrastructure, the building’s technology itself is designed to be an object of research, a sandbox for emerging technologies and a showcase for cutting edge applications. New segments of the faculty are engaging in deeper ways than ever before, including the launch of several research projects based around Hunt.

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It's Complicated: What Students Say About Research and Writing Assignments

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Science Communication's Future

We asked young scientists to answer this question:

Ideally, how will scientists share their results with each other and the public in 50 years?

In the 5 April 2013 issue, we ran excerpts from 16 of the many interesting responses we received. Below, you will find the full versions of those 16 essays (in the order they were printed) as well as the best (in alphabetical order) of the other submissions we received.

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What's love got to do with Open Access? Un débat sur l'accès libre ...

What's love got to do with Open Access? Un débat sur l'accès libre ... | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it
Par Sabine Partouche et François Siino - En février dernier, plusieurs messages se sont croisés dans les boîtes mail autour des...
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Information Literacy Weblog: Teaching Info Lit With Zines

Information Literacy Weblog: Teaching Info Lit With Zines | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it

There is a nice zine-type publication called Teaching Info Lit With Zines, from Kelly McElroy. It has an introduction explaining why this is useful, and three ideas for lessons. If you follow the link you can request a print copy (but probably only if you were at the ARLIS conference where this was just presented) or anyone can download a digital copy straightaway. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/11QylHWxzV_dlEP7R6KqHx6_fMoXNFdpCWC7E6MZJ6As/viewform
Photo by Sheila Webber: Poster for Lewes Library, Lewes Station, today.

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365 Zines a Year: Two Fisted Librarians - comics, fictioon & art created by librarians concerning libraries

365 Zines a Year: Two Fisted Librarians - comics, fictioon & art created by librarians concerning libraries | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it


"Two Fisted Librarians is a collection of fiction, comics, and art created by librarians concerning libraries and librarians. The deadline is April 30th.

We’re looking for stories that fondly recall the pulp magazines of the ’20s, ’30s, and ’40s, and comics of the ’40s and ’50s. Mad science, weird fantasy, occult horror, spicy mysteries, noirish romances, thrilling adventures, and whatever else.

Want to write about a library that uses steampunk technology, a cataloguing system so obtuse that it drives those that try to use it insane, or a librarian who has to track down a Nazi zeppelin in order to get an overdue book? Go for it! Send an email or check out the blog for more info."


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Karen du Toit's curator insight, April 18, 2013 4:37 AM

Librarians in comics or zines! Request for contributions.

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Recommandations de l’IFLA pour le prêt de livres numériques

Recommandations de l’IFLA pour le prêt de livres numériques | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it
L’Ifla vient de publier des recommandations pour le prêt de livres numériques par les bibliothèques : ce texte disponible ici ( (seulement en anglais) fait suite, à un document d'information de mai 2012 sur les prêts numérique, rédigé par un...

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Journals on learning and teaching

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(North American focused) list of journals in the field of learning and teaching, on the ACRL website (as suggested places for articles on information literacy). http://www.ala.org/acrl/aboutacrl/directoryofleadership/sections/is/iswebsite/projpubs/journalsteachinglearning

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Pourquoi les compétences informationnelles aux cycles supérieurs?

La réflexion théorique développée ici nous amène à nous questionner sur la pertinence des compétences informationnelles chez les étudiants aux cycles supérieurs. Comme nous pouvons le constater, aux cycles supérieurs, les processus de recherche et de construction du mémoire et de la thèse doivent correspondre aux exigences de la démarche scientifique (Green et Macauley, 2007). Les compétences à rechercher, évaluer et utiliser l’information à bon escient sont fondamentales à la réussite universitaire (Coulon, 2005; Green, 2010). Pour ce faire, il s’avère nécessaire que l’étudiant possède les compétences dans la gestion des ressources informationnelles en distinguant clairement les ressources Internet des revues en ligne ou des bases de données (Rupp-Serrano et Robbins, 2013) afin d’évaluer leur pertinence...

 

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An Open Access toolkit to suppor bibliometrics training and awareness

An Open Access toolkit to suppor bibliometrics training and awareness | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it
A website providing access to an open access bibliometrics toolkit for user training and awareness, hosted by NDLR the Irish learning objects repository

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ORBilu : La politique Open Access de l’Université de Liège fait des bébés

ORBilu : La politique Open Access de l’Université de Liège fait des bébés | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it

Le 22 avril les Universités de Luxembourg et de Liège annonçaient la naissance de ORBilu, le nouveau serveur d’archivage des publications de l’université luxembourgeoise.

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Thomson Reuters Launches Free Online Version of EndNote: Endnote Basic

http://endnote.com/basic

Available Online, Anytime.

Store up to 50,000 references20 most popular bibliographic styles2GB of files storage Online search of the 5 most popular databasesWebpage reference capture

source: INFODocket

 

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Information Literacy Weblog: Jisc: A guide to open educational resources

Information Literacy Weblog: Jisc: A guide to open educational resources | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it

I think what is mainly new is structuring the content into a guide like this. Key contenet areas are:
- What are open educational resources?
- Open educational resources – the story so far
- Finding and sharing open educational resources
- Open licensing
- Approaches to releasing, using, reusing and repurposing open educational resources
- The rationale for adopting open educational resources
- Practical guidance: Manage, Find , Use and Reuse, Release, Share, License, Track, Collaborate
- Benefits case studies: Teacher, Learner, Institution, Communitities


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Jorum, NLN and Re:Source are all great repositories for digital lesson content. Try other online repositories like Prezi, Scribd and SlideShare for presentation and document-based content. there are tonnes of other sites, but that'd be TMI.

 

And yes, it's good to share, so if using others' materials, I like to try and share my own in  return. Sadly, I still steal more than I give...

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WTF? The University of California sides with publishers against the public

WTF? The University of California sides with publishers against the public | bibliolibrarianothecaire | Scoop.it

"The University of California system spends nearly $40 million every year to buy access to academic journals, even though many of the articles are written, reviewed, and edited by UC professors. So you’d think the cash-strapped UC system would leap to back any effort to undermine the absurd science publishing system. You’d think. But you’d be wrong".


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NextGen VOICES Survey: Science Time Travel

You can travel back in time to share one piece of scientific knowledge from today. Where do you go? Describe the date and place you choose, the information you share, and how it might change the course of history. (Assume that the people you visit will understand and believe you!).

 

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