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"The Student Discussion Groups" (December 2008).

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Uploaded on Apr 8, 2009

The PIL Team conducted 11 discussion groups on seven U.S. campuses to study how students conduct course-related and "everyday life research" in the digital age. A four-minute short video, produced by the PIL Team in December 2008, highlights some of the findings, including the use of Wikipedia as an indispensible, "pre-search tool" and consulting with librarians for help figuring out how to navigate complex information spaces and library systems.

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