Information literacy Read Me Reference

New CAIJ issue: innovation, uncertainty and perceptions

The Canadian Association of Information Science has delivered its latest issue of its Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science (via Project Muse on behalf of UT Press, the publisher), vol. 35 issue 4. A few articles seem particularly interesting, such as: Enhancing Skills, Effecting Change: Evaluating an Intervention for Students with Below-Proficient Information Literacy […] Lire la suite

Academic Integrity Concordia University

How many students cheat?

Interesting read about cheating: Nouvelle recherche sur la probité intellectuelle – Peut-on éradiquer la tricherie chez les étudiants ? by Catherine Bolton, Mebs Kanji and Soheyla Salari in Le Devoir Oct. 24th 2011 The authors remark, about a recent study presented at the International Conference on Academic Integrity : Jusqu’à présent, les données que nous avons recueillies […] Lire la suite

Information literacy Inspiration

Some MERLOT with PRIMO for inspiration

This post presents the PRIMO (Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online) and the MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Teaching and Learning) projects. PRIMO Under the ALA/ACRL umbrella, one can find the PRIMO Committee of the Instruction section. Of the many things they do, they offer a database of Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online – aka the PRIMO database. […] Lire la suite