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Information Literacy and Research. Summer 2010 IT 150G (Information Literacy for Business and Social Science). What is Information Literacy and Research?. This is a new requirement in Lower Level General Education designed to provide students with skills necessary:

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information literacy and research

Information Literacy and Research

Summer 2010

IT 150G (Information Literacy for Business and Social Science)

what is information literacy and research
What is Information Literacy and Research?

This is a new requirement in Lower Level General Education designed to provide students with skills necessary:

  • To identify, to access and to utilize task appropriate information
  • To evaluate information sources and to apply good research strategies.
  • To access qualitative, quantitative, visual and auditory data sources
  • To understand the ethical use of data and gain respect for intellectual property.
what is the cbpa requirement
What is the CBPA Requirement?
  • This requirement replaces the Computer Literacy requirement (thru 2009-10 Catalog).
  • College of Business students met Computer Literacy through a combination of business courses (thru 2009-10 Catalog).
  • From 2010-11 Catalog onward, students will be required to satisfy the Information Literacy and Research requirement.
    • Probable designated transfer.
    • Pre-requisite for some upper-level courses.
  • Transition Period (2-3 years)
what topics will be covered in it 150g
What Topics will be Covered inIT 150G?

The topics include:

  • How to list a citation for a college report
  • How to use and not abuse Wikipedia
  • How to search for material on the Internet
  • How to use library databases
  • How to incorporate graphics in your reports and presentations
  • How to enhance presentations with audio and visual material
what topics will be covered in it 150g1
What Topics will be Covered inIT 150G?

The topics include:

  • How to use the power of social and collaborative computing
  • How to develop folksonomies in the workplace
  • How to avoid ethical and legal problems with Internet material
  • The benefits and dangers of facebooking, texting and tweeting
instructional resources
Instructional Resources?

Instructional Resources include:

  • Library Modules (Resource Group)
  • Paperback on Internet Search
  • Paperback on Social Computing
  • Blackboard
  • Librarians and the Library
  • The Internet
what are typical assignments
What are Typical Assignments?

The course grading will include:

  • Tests and a final examination
  • Homework such as searching and assembling a bibliography
  • Building a wiki-reference for the course
  • Presenting a topic in class with appropriate PowerPoint display
off label benefits of the course
Off Label Benefits of the Course

Some Off Label Benefits Include:

  • Guaranteeing Blackboard Access
  • Strengthening Computer Literacy Skills
  • Building Electronic Device Civility
  • Introducing Library Resources
  • Easing Term Paper and Presentation Assignments
  • Reducing Plagiarism
  • Building Information Life Skills
  • Supporting Research Methods Courses
  • Promoting Information Diversity