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Information Literacy

American Library Association. “The First-Year Experience and Academic Libraries: A Select, Annotated Bibliography.” Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) website, 2011

Eisenberg, Michael.  “Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age,” DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology, 28.2 (2008): 39-47.

Gillette, Mary Ann and Carol Videon. “Seeking Quality on the Internet: A Case Study of Composition Students’ Works Cited.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 26, 2 (1998): 189-194.

Head, Alison J. “Information Literacy from the Trenches: How Do Humanities and Social Science Majors Conduct Academic Research?” College and Research Libraries. 69.4 (2008): 427-445.

Head, Alison J. “Beyond Google: How Do Students Conduct Acaemic Research?” First Monday 12, 8 (2007).

Holiday, Wendy and Britt Fagerheim. “Integrating Information Literacy with a Sequenced Composition Curriculum” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 6. 2 (2006): 169-184.

Jarson, Jennifer. “Information literacy and higher education: A toolkit for curricular integration.” College & Research Libraries News vol. 71 no. 10 534-538 2010. November 2010.

McClure, Randall, and Kellian Clink. “How Do You Know That? An Investigation of Student Research Practices in the Digital Age.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 9.1 (2009): 115-132.

McClure, Randall, “Digital Soapboxes: Understanding the Growing Presence of Advocacy and Commercial Sites on the Web” Journal of Literacy and Technology.  8. 3 (2007): 2-22.

Scoyoc, Anna M. and Carolin Cason, “The Electronic Academic Library: Undergraduate Research Behavior in a Library Without Books.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 6.1 (2006): 47-58.

Shapiro, Jeremy J.  and Shelley K. Hughes, “Information Literacy as a Liberal Art: Enlightenment Proposals for a New CurriculumEducom Review, vol. 31, no. 2 (1996).

Thompson, Clive. “Why Kids Can’t SearchWired Magazine Vol 19.11.  November, 2011.

Tolar-Burton, Vicki and Scott A. Chadwick, “Investigating the Practices of Student Researchers: Patterns of Use and Criteria of Use of Internet and Library Sources.” Computers and Composition 17.3 (2000): 309-328.

Vondracek, Ruth “Comfort and Convenience? Why Students Choose Alternatives to the Library” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 7.3 (2007): 277-193.



Valenza,  Joyce. “See Sally Research” on TED Talks. Sept. 5, 2011