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Information Literacy in Cambodia DAY 1: AFTERNOON. By MAO Kolap and BEM Greg, March 2014. Training Schedule: Day 1. Day 1 Afternoon Basic Research Process - Example (30 Minutes) Resource Discovery (30 Minutes) Break (15 Minutes ) Group Activity: Topical Research (30 Minutes)

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information literacy in cambodia day 1 afternoon

Information Literacy in CambodiaDAY 1: AFTERNOON

By MAO Kolap and BEM Greg, March 2014

training schedule day 1
Training Schedule: Day 1
  • Day 1 Afternoon
    • Basic Research Process - Example (30 Minutes)
    • Resource Discovery (30 Minutes)
    • Break (15 Minutes)
    • Group Activity: Topical Research (30 Minutes)
    • Share (30 Minutes)
    • Redistribute Tests (10 Minutes)
    • Questions and Answers Discussion (Remaining Time)
part three

Part Three

Basic Research Process

introduction to process
Introduction to Process
  • Research processes can be very complex.
  • Every resource process has multiple steps.
  • Information literacy in all life utilizes processes.
  • The information seeker is on a journey to find the information.
  • Not every research process is perfect.
research processes
Research Processes
  • We will be mostly working in the book.
  • Universities and University Libraries
    • Pratt
    • University of Kentucky
    • Cornell
  • Additional Resources
    • Develop a standard for your library/community
part four

Part Four

Resource Discovery

searching
SEARCHING
  • Search is Complex
    • Strategies and Tips
    • Catalogs, Search Engines, and More
    • Searching vs. Browsing
modern search engines
Modern Search Engines
  • Taking a Closer Look
    • Google
    • Bing/Yahoo!
    • Others of Note
      • blekko.com
      • duckduckgo.com
      • Topical search engines
google
Google
  • Knowledge Graph
  • Google is Not Alone!
    • The importance of other search engines.
    • Historical search engines.
searching1
SEARCHING
  • Basic Keyword Search
    • Example: “Funny Cat Pictures” versus Funny Cat Pictures
  • Negative Keywords
    • Example: “Funny Cat Pictures” –Dogs
  • Negative/Positive Phrases
    • Example: “Funny Cat Pictures” –“Angry Dogs”
  • Domain Limiters
    • Site:.edu or Site:.Wikipedia.org
additive searching
Additive Searching
  • By making your search more complex, you can narrow out many resources that are irrelevant.
  • Water
  • Water Bodies
  • Water Bodies Cambodia
  • Water Bodies Cambodia Development
  • Water Bodies Cambodia Development Chinese
  • Water Bodies Cambodia Development Chinese Research
  • Water Bodies Cambodia Development Chinese Research PDF
  • Water Bodies Cambodia Development Chinese Research PDF 2014
  • Water Bodies Cambodia Development Chinese Research PDF 2014 Hydropower
digital resource hubs
Digital Resource Hubs
  • Databases
  • Commercial Databases
    • eLibraryUSA
    • Academic OneFile
    • Business Source Premier
    • GreenR
    • GreenFILE
    • Google Scholar
boolean operators
Boolean Operators
  • And
    • [Cambodia and Vietnam]
  • Or
    • [Cambodia or Vietnam]
  • Not
    • [Cambodia not Vietnam]
digital resource hubs1
Digital Resource Hubs
  • Open Access Journals
    • HathiTrust
    • Digital Public Library of America (DPLA)
    • OpenLibrary
    • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
additional resource acquisition
Additional Resource Acquisition
  • Author Consultation
  • Print Resources
  • Public/Academic Libraries and Catalogs
    • PUC
  • Others not mentioned?
additional resource acquisition1
Additional Resource Acquisition
  • Cambodian Resource Centers to Explore
    • DCCAM
    • SIPAR
    • NouHach
    • CDRI
    • ODC
    • Center for Khmer Studies
    • Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center
additional resource acquisition2
Additional Resource Acquisition
  • Resource Centers to Note
    • National Archive
    • National Library
    • Library of the National Assembly
    • Hun Sen Library (RUPP)
    • Japanese-Cambodian Cooperation Center (JCCC)
research activity
RESEARCH ACTIVITY!

Groups of 3-4.

Each group will be assigned a formal research process.

Imagine you are students and you have just been assigned a report.

Choose the topic.

Explore how to use your research process to formulate your report and conduct research/gather information.

Utilize a variety of resources (including examples from the training booklet) – at least 4 types of resources.

Make note of how you would search for the necessary information.

Be ready to share your topic and process.

day 1 complete
DAY 1: COMPLETE
  • Do you have questions?
  • See you tomorrow!
information literacy in cambodia day 2

Information Literacy in CambodiaDAY 2

By MAO Kolap and BEM Greg, March 2014

training schedule day 2
Training Schedule: Day 2
  • Day 2 Morning
    • Resource Analysis
    • Resource Tools
  • Lunch Break
  • Day 2 Afternoon
    • Citation Management
    • Paper Analysis
    • Post-Test
part five

Part Five

Resource Analysis

qualities
Qualities
  • Type
  • Content
  • Purpose
  • Audience
  • Language
  • Authorship
qualities1
Qualities
  • What did we miss?
primary versus secondary
Primary Versus Secondary
  • Primary Sources
  • Secondary Sources
resource types
Resource Types
  • Pay attention to the following
  • Select 1-2 Resource Types to Explore
resource types1
Resource Types
  • Abstract
  • Academic/Scholarly/Research Journal
  • Almanac
  • Article
  • Atlas
  • Bibliography
resource types2
Resource Types
  • Book
  • Book Review
  • Case Study
  • Conference Paper
  • Dictionary
  • Directory
resource types3
Resource Types
  • Dissertation
  • Encyclopedia
  • Executive Summary
  • Handbook
  • Index
  • Magazine
resource types4
Resource Types
  • Map
  • Newsletter
  • Newspaper
  • Peer-reviewed Journal
  • Periodical
  • Professional/Trade Journal
resource types5
Resource Types
  • Reference Collection
  • Report
  • Series
  • Serial
  • Working Paper
  • Yearbook
resource types6
Resource Types
  • We will explore resource types together.
  • 15 minutes: Explore 1-2 of Your Choosing
  • 10 minutes: Report Back Findings
  • Look for Specific Examples
part six

Part Six

Resource Tools

word processing
Word Processing
  • Notepad
  • Microsoft Word/Excel
  • Open Office
  • Google Drive/Docs
note management
Note Management
  • Evernote
  • Google Keep
  • OneNote
communications
Communications
  • Skype
  • Google Hangouts
  • Exercise: Discuss the Benefits of Digital Collaboration
part seven

Part Seven

Citation Management

citations overview
Citations: Overview
  • Citations are about:
  • Respecting a community of scholarship.
  • Believing in the ideas of other researchers.
  • Understanding where your new information comes from.
  • Reinforcing the information you create through context.
  • Backing up your ideas by referencing other ideas.
  • Allowing your information to be better navigated.
citations plagiarism
Citations: Plagiarism
  • According to Plagiarism.org (http://www.plagiarism.org/) the complex definition of plagiarism includes:
  • turning in someone else's work as your own
  • copying words or ideas from someone else without giving credit
  • failing to put a quotation in quotation marks
  • giving incorrect information about the source of a quotation
  • changing words but copying the sentence structure of a source without giving credit
  • copying so many words or ideas from a source that it makes up the majority of your work, whether you give credit or not (see our section on "fair use" rules)
citations internal vs bib
Citations: Internal vs. Bib
  • Exercise: Find the Citation!
  • Use the resources provided to pick out examples of internal citations and works cited lists/bibliographies.
  • Be prepared to share with the group.
  • Duration: 10 minutes.
citation managers
Citation Managers
  • Software
  • Extensions
  • Apps
citation styles standards
Citation Styles/Standards
  • www.mla.org
  • MLA - Modern Language Association
  • www.apastyle.org
  • APA - American Psychological Association
  • www.chicagomanualofstyle.org
  • Chicago Manual of Style
citation examples
Citation Examples
  • Search through the selection and choose 3 resource types.
  • Create citations (bibliographic) fictional resources for each of the 3 resources.
  • Duration: 15 minutes plus 5 minutes sharing with partners.
consultation and review
Consultation and Review
  • Divide into three groups
  • Review pre-test together
  • One page of notes allowed
  • All group members must participate
post test
Post-Test
  • We will now distribute the post-test.
  • You will have X minutes to complete the test.
  • Please answer to the best of your ability.
  • You may use your notes from the training.
going forward
Going Forward
  • Final Remarks
    • Future of Information Literacy Training
    • Future Resources
    • Comments, Questions, Feedback