Wednesday, November 11, 2015

New articles: Misinformation, search behaviour, situated learning, undergraduate research

The Journal of Academic Librarianship, volume 41, issue 5, includes (priced articles)
- Why Students Share Misinformation on Social Media: Motivation, Gender, and Study-level Differences by Xinran Chen, Sei-Ching Joanna Sin, Yin-Leng Theng, Chei Sian Lee
- The SHU Research Logs: Student Online Search Behaviors Trans-scripted by Beth Bloom, Marta Mestrovic Deyrup
- Beyond Mechanics: Reframing the Pedagogy and Development of Information Literacy Teaching Tools by Stephanie Margolin, Wendy Hayden
- The Effect of a Situated Learning Environment in a Distance Education Information Literacy Course by Amy Catalano
- What do You Give the Undergraduate Researcher who has Everything? An Academic Librarian by Kimberly Douglass, Thura Mack
- Advanced vs. Basic Search: Digital Perception and Library Learning by Jill Strykowski
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There is also a new early release open access article:
Faculty and Librarians' Partnership: Designing a New Framework to Develop Information Fluent Future Doctors by Rachid Bendriss, Reya Saliba, Sally Birch
Photo by Sheila Webber: Sheffield University campus: St Georges church and a glimpse of the Diamond building, November 2015

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