New York Times (blog)One on One: Clay Johnson, Author of 'The Information Diet'New York Times (blog)We have to create a demand for less sensationalized information. Data plays a big role in our information consumption.
February 3, 2012. plagiarism 101. If you're ripping off someone else's talk and forget to mention that your whole act is borrowed material, you should probably do it at a conference where that person is not the keynote speaker.
Project I've been working on with our HS Library to model and teach students to cite sources to foster the sharing of information. This is our poster which takes kids to a corresponding web page on the HS library site.
... research by the Citation Project corroborates how severely teachers' citation psychosis has diminished students' information-literacy skills, in particular. Rebecca Moore Howard and Sandra Jamieson blame "plagiarism ...
The latest issue (volume 5 issue 1) of Communications in Information Literacy (CIL) has been published. It includes: Amy E. Mark: Format as a False Judge of Credibility: Messages from Librarians and Faculty and Student ...
The Citation Conundrum. By jwyg | Published: 14 February, 2012. There is an unknown – but probably shockingly large – number of public domain texts on the web. Many of these could be of value to students and scholars.
I've been thinking about the question of attribution and social media. On blog posts, links now serve as footnotes. Twitter, where so much gets circulated, relies on links, “via” hat tips, HTs (hat tips) and just by keeping the ...
It was a plagiarism case that did not result in someone’s dismissal, at least as far as is known publicly. But it’s a sign of the times in this fast paced world where there seems to be a clamor for instant news via websites, Facebook, and Twitter.
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