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There’s more to it…

As I wrote earlier, information literacy has been in the air lately. It’s a good thing from my perspective, as one who advocates for info lit. But it’s frustrating too, because people don’t seem to get what I’m talking about. … Continue reading

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ds106 sets the record straight

Someone in my Twitterverse retweeted a Washington Post article on the fake news problem that’s been going around. Google’s top news link for “final election results” goes to a fake news site with false numbershttps://t.co/tlYX4eJWTq — Washington Post (@washingtonpost) November … Continue reading

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Information Literacy Journal Club

A few weeks ago we had the initial meeting of the Information Literacy Journal Club. I was unable to participate in any real fashion, as it took place during a busy time of day in my time zone, but I … Continue reading

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