Phase I Analysis
We discuss our findings in various publications in addition to conference papers and we are working own a manuscript discussing the implications of the findings and possible pedagogical interventions. The following list may be helpful:
Source integration in researched writing & reading skills
- “Sentence-Mining: Uncovering the Amount Of Reading and Reading Comprehension In College Writers’ Researched Writing.” Jamieson, Sandra & Rebecca Moore Howard. The New Digital Scholar: Exploring and Enriching the Research and Writing Practices of NextGen Students. Eds. Randall McClure and James P. Purdy. Medford, NJ: American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2013. 111-133.
- “Reading and Engaging Sources: What Student’s Use of Sources Reveals About Advanced Reading Skills.” Jamieson, Sandra, in Across the Disciplines (ATD), Special issue on Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum, Guest Editor Alice Horning. November 2013. [n.p. online publication]
Source selection & information literacy
- “What the Citation Project Tells Us About Information Literacy in College Composition.” Jamieson, Sandra in Information Literacy: Research and Collaboration across Disciplines. Perspectives in Writing Series. Edited by Barbara D’Angelo, Sandra Jamieson, Barry Maid, & Janice R. Walker. Fort Collins, Colorado: WAC Clearing House & University Press of Colorado, 2016. 119-143.
- “Researched Writing.” Howard, Rebecca Moore & Sandra Jamieson in A Guide to Composition Pedagogies (2nd Edition). Eds. Gary Tate, Amy Rupiper-Taggart, Brooke Hessler, & Kurt Schick Oxford University Press, 2013. 231-247
See also an interview regarding our early findings in Project Information Literacy‘s Smart Talk series, “Unraveling the Citation Trail,” Project Information Literacy Smart Talk, no. 8, Sandra Jamieson and Rebecca Moore Howard, The Citation Project, August 17, 2011.