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  • Recherche en bibliothèqueune introduction pour les assistants à l’enseignement Ann Hemingway Coordinatrice, maîtrise de l’information Bibliothèque Morisset
  • Au programme Les compétences de recherche des nouveaux étudiants Google, Google Books, Google Scholars, Wikipedia Les ressources de bibliothèque Questions
  • Les compétences en recherchedocumentaire des nouveaux étudiants View slide
  • Le projet ERIAL sur les compétences informationnellesdes jeunes étudiants. Résultats préliminairesLe “Ethnographic Research in Illinois Academic Libraries (ERIAL project” estune série d’études ethnographiques échelonnées sur deux ans. Les institutionsparticipantes, en l’occurence Illinois Wesleyan, DePaul University,Northeastern Illinois University, et University of Illinois se sont donnéesl’objectif d’examiner la perception qu’on les étudiants, les professeurs et lesbibliothécaires de leurs bibliothèques académiques. http://www.erialproject.org View slide
  • Premier constat: Ils sont experts enmatière de Twitter et Facebook maisleurs compétences de recherchelaissent à désirer. Only seven out of 30 students whom anthropologists observed at Illinois Wesleyan "conducted what a librarian might consider a reasonably well-executed search," wrote Duke and Andrew Asher, an anthropology professor at Bucknell University, whom the Illinois consortium called in to lead the project. (quoted from USA Today article http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/story/2011-08-22/Study-College-students-rarely-use- librarians-expertise/50094086/1)
  • Deuxième constat: est roi“Throughout the interviews, students mentioned Google 115 times -- more thantwice as many times as any other database. The prevalence of Google in studentresearch is well-documented, but the Illinois researchers found something they didnot expect: students were not very good at using Google. They were basicallyclueless about the logic underlying how the search engine organizes and displaysits results. Consequently, the students did not know how to build a search thatwould return good sources. ““Years of conditioning on Google had not endowed the Illinois Wesleyan studentswith any searching savvy to speak of, but rather had instilled them with a stuntedunderstanding of how to finely tune a search in order to home in on usablesources, concluded the ERIAL researchers.”(quoted from USA Today article http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/story/2011-08-22/Study-College-students-rarely-use-librarians-expertise/50094086/1)
  • Troisième constat: Ils surestiment leurs compétencesen matière de recherche“In a separate study of students at DePaul, Illinois-Chicago, and NortheasternIllinois, other ERIAL researchers deduced several possible reasons for this. The mostbasic was that students were just as unaware of the extent of their own informationilliteracy as everyone else. "Some students did not identify that they were havingdifficulties with which they could use help," wrote anthropologist Susan Miller andNancy Murillo, a library instruction coordinator at Northeastern Illinois. "Someoverestimated their ability or knowledge."”(quoted from USA Today article http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/story/2011-08-22/Study-College-students-rarely-use-librarians-expertise/50094086/1)
  • A propos de GOOGLE Autorité, pertinence et exactitude Les fonctions de recherche avançée Google Scholars Bon pour recherche rapide mais le texte intégral n’est pas toujours disponible. Google Books Pour lire des extraits de livres. Faire attentions aux citations prises hors contexte
  • Outil collaboratif de rédactionAutorité, exactitude factuelle, références
  • La bibliothèque: Nous pouvons vous aider Site Web : WWW.biblio.uottawa.ca Ressources et services Guides de recherche Trouver de l’aide
  • Communiquez avec nous:TéléphonePour toute question dordre général, composez le 613-562-5213. Oucommuniquez directement avec votre bibliothèque.CourrielFaites parvenir votre question à referenc@uottawa.ca : vous devriezrecevoir une réponse dans les 24 heures.En personneNotre personnel peut vous aider dans chacune des bibliothèques :vérifiez les heures douverture.Vous pouvez aussi consulter nos bibliothécaires spécialisés pourdiscuter de vos travaux ou votre recherche :trouvez votre bibliothécaire.