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Information Literacy in the Internet Age





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Published on Jul 9, 2013

As you may observe, students today by habit go to Google to begin their research. The results oftentimes contain the likes of Wikipedia, and websites driven by marketing and bias, rather than reliable academic content. At the same time, the library offers a plethora of great information which is increasingly underutilized. How do we teach students to properly research in a world of growing information?

With over 500,000,000 citations created on EasyBib, we will take a look at the research insights we directly see from our data, and tie in numerous academic studies. We will address how we are building tools to cultivate research skills that are critical not only in academia, but in our everyday information-driven lives.

Recorded September 19, 2013

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