Monday, April 11, 2011

IL in geology/geography

Blake, L. and Warner, T. (2011) "Seeing the Forest of Information for the Trees of Papers: An Information Literacy Case Study in a Geography/Geology Class." Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, (64). "The most valuable lesson that we, as collaborators, have learned from the Information Literacy Course Enhancement Project, is that it is not enough for a librarian or a faculty member to be committed to the importance of information literacy skills in the academic success of students. Both librarians and teaching faculty must have a good understanding of information literacy and the value of incorporating it into the curriculum."
The issue also includes "Assessing Information-Seeking Behavior of Computer Science and Engineering Faculty" by Valerie Tucci (Thanks to Hazel Edmunds for spotting this)
Photo by Sheila Webber: Sheffield, April 2011

1 comment:

Hazel said...

And thank you for your lovely photographs!