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Authentic Sources

  1. 1. Rossinskaya A.N. Russian State Children’s Library
  2. 2. Modern society=Information society
  3. 3. Information society
  4. 4. information society digital economy post-industrial society knowledge economy
  5. 5. Information society
  6. 6. Information on the market copyright law – software, video and  sound recordings market  sanctions against photocopying  distribution of information – electronic banking, Web-based businesses
  7. 7. Easier and cheaper access to information Information and communication skills and competences Need for continuous learning
  8. 8. Quantity of information
  9. 9. Information literacy
  10. 10. Information literacy select relevant information   disregard irrelevant information  recognise patterns in information  interpret and decode information  learn new skills
  11. 11. ?
  12. 12. Authentic sources of information «oral and written texts – genuine  products of native (or non-native) foreign language speakers, produced for the purposes other than teaching/learning and not adapted for the language learners» (Азимов Э.Г., Щукин А.Н., 1999, 34)
  13. 13. Authentic sources of information Can you choose the books  appropriate source  periodicals and extract the necessary  Internet sites information from it?
  14. 14. Books
  15. 15. Use a book: when looking for comprehensive  information on a topic,  to put your topic in context with other important issues,  to find historical information,  to find summaries of research to support an argument.
  16. 16. Encyclopedia www.canadianencyclopedia.ca
  17. 17. Use an Encyclopedia when looking for background information  on a topic,  when trying to find key ideas, important dates or concepts,  to check facts.
  18. 18. Periodicals Periodicals Popular Scholarly Newspapers Magazines Journals E- Printed On-line Printed E-zines Printed journals
  19. 19. Popular magazines
  20. 20. Popular magazines
  21. 21. Use magazines: to find information or opinions about  popular culture,  to find up-to-date information about current events,  to find general articles for people who are not specialists in the topic.
  22. 22. Journals
  23. 23. Use a journal when doing scholarly research,   to find out what has been studied on your topic,  to find bibliographies that point to other relevant research.
  24. 24. Newspapers
  25. 25. Use newspapers: to find current information about  international, national and local events,  to find editorials, commentaries, expert or popular opinions.
  26. 26. The Web
  27. 27. Use the Web to find current news and information,   to find information about companies,  to find information from all levels of government,  to find both expert and popular opinions.
  28. 28. Libraries books,   magazines,  electronic resources:  CD-ROMs,  video and audio,  Internet access.
  29. 29. Library Web
  30. 30. Library The Web
  31. 31. Library The Web Quality information, goes Information doesn’t go through a review process through a review process
  32. 32. Library The Web Quality information, goes Information doesn’t go through a review process through a review process Free to use Some services are not free, fee for Internet- access
  33. 33. Library The Web Quality information, goes Information doesn’t go through a review process through a review process Free to use Some services are not free, fee for Internet- access Resources are organised Information is not organised
  34. 34. Library The Web Quality information, goes Information doesn’t go through a review process through a review process Free to use Some services are not free, fee for Internet- access Resources are organised Information is not organised Contains both current and Information is not older information comprehensive and permanent
  35. 35. Library The Web Quality information, goes Information doesn’t go through a review process through a review process Free to use Some services are not free, fee for Internet- access Resources are organised Information is not organised Contains both current and Information is not older information comprehensive and permanent DIY - “do-it-yourself” Personal assistance
  36. 36. Evaluating sources where to look?   what clues to search for?  what to accept?
  37. 37. 1. Author Printed resources The Web What is the author’s ALSO  educational/ professional  Can the author be background? contacted? What has the author   What can you find out written in the past about about the author on the this topic? site and on the Web? Why is the person  considered an expert?
  38. 38. 2. References Printed resources The Web Did a teacher or librarian or some other person  mention/ recommend this person? Did you come across this name/ site before? 
  39. 39. 3. Institution Printed resources The Web What organisation/ ALSO  institution/ company is  Does the organisation the author associated take responsibility for with? what’s on the site? What are the goals of the   Does it monitor or review institution? what’s on the site? Might this group be   What can the URL tell biased in some way? you? (.edu, .org, .gov, .com)
  40. 40. 4. Timeliness Printed resources The Web When was the source published?  Is the source a revision of an earlier version? 
  41. 41. 5. Publisher Printed resources Who published the  material?  Is the publisher reputable?  Is the publisher appropriate for this kind of information?  Might the publisher be biased on this topic?
  42. 42. 6. Audience Printed resources The Web Can you tell who the intended audience is?  Is there a point of view being promoted?  Might the material be too scholarly, too  specialized, or too popular to be useful to you?
  43. 43. For the Web also mind: Accuracy of information:   Is there documentation to indicate the source of the information?  Is the information well researched?  Are there links and bibliography? Goals of the site:   What is the purpose of the site?  Are the goals indicated? Access   How did you find the site? Were there links from reputable sites/ ads/ search engine?
  44. 44. Searching the Web Document your findings (ГОСТ Р 7.0.5-2008)   Author. Title [Электронный ресурс] // Title of the site [сайт]. [year]. URL: www.knowall.org/author.htm (дата обращения dd.mm.yyyy) Example  Evaluating sources of information [Электронный ресурс] // OWL Online Writing Lab [сайт]. [2004]. URL: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/research/r_e valsource.html (дата обращения 23.03.2009)
  45. 45. Know Library Web ledge
  46. 46. Workshop
  47. 47. Explore the reading hall and make a list of resources it offers  books  CD-ROM  magazines  games  encyclopedias  Internet access  dictionaries  video  audio  DVD
  48. 48. When do you use encyclopedias? when looking for background information  on a topic,  when trying to find key ideas, important dates or concepts,  to check facts.
  49. 49. Which encyclopedia to use? Target age Encyclopedia Structure group Propedia – 1 vol, Micropedia – 12 vol A-Z, Macropedia – 17 vol A-Z, Index – 2 vol, 1. Britannica adult World Atlas, Yearbooks 2. Americana adult 29 vol,A-Z, Index 3. Groiler Student Encyclopedia 10-15 years 17 vol A-Z 19 vol, A-Z, World Atlas, Reference and 4. Children’s Britannica 12-15 years Index 5. My First Britannica 7-11 years 13 vol, topics, Reference Guide and Index 10 vol (1- 5 vol – history of art, 6-9 vol – 6. Encyclopedia of Visual Art adult biographical dictionary, 10 vol – index) 7. Schrimer Encyclopedia of Art students 4 vol A-Z
  50. 50. 1. Locate the volume Canada?
  51. 51. 1. Locate the volume Canada?
  52. 52. 2. Locate the page
  53. 53. 2. Locate the page
  54. 54. 3. Locate the article
  55. 55. 4. Use Index volume
  56. 56. Where do I go from here?
  57. 57. Where do I go from here?
  58. 58. Where do I go from here?
  59. 59. Where do I go from here?
  60. 60. Thank you! Russian state children’s library   Newsletter http://subscribe.ru/catalog/job.lang.rgdb  Library site www.rgdb.ru  E-mail flbiblioteka@gmail.com inyz@rgdb.ru  Presentation http://www.slideshare.net/flbiblioteka

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