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Carol Kuhlthau

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  • Amanda,
    Good job on summarizing Carol Kuhlthau's ISP model. I remembered a lot of her information from Dr. Tallman's class. I found your presentation very straight-forward and informative. Cute 'star' graphics too!
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  • 1. Carol Collier Kuhlthau A School Library Media Presentation By: Amanda Underwood EDIT 6400 Fall 2008 The University of Georgia
  • 2. Biography Education
    • Ed.D. Rutgers University, Graduate School of Education
    • M.L.S. Rutgers University, Library and Information Studies
    • B.S. Kean College
  • 3. Biography Career Highlights
    • Professor Il Emerita of Library and Information Science at Rutgers University (on staff since 1985)
    • Founding director of the Center for International Scholarship in School Libraries (CISSL)
    • Internationally known for groundbreaking research on the Information Search Process and for the ISP model of affective, cognitive, and physical aspects in six stages of information seeking and use
    • She has authored Seeking Meaning: A Process Approach to Library and Information Services , Teaching the Library Research Process , and Guided Inquiry: Learning in the 21st Century, authored with her daughters Leslie K. Maniotes and Ann K. Caspari.
    • Published widely in referred journals and edited volumes
  • 4. Highlighted Bibliography
    • (1993). Seeking meaning: A process approach to library and information services. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Company.
    • (1994). Teaching the library research process . Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press.
    • Caspari, A.K., Kuhlthau, C., Maniotes, L.K. (2007). Guided inquiry: Learning in the 21st century .
    • In press.
  • 5. Awards
    • American Society of Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Research in Information Science Award
    • Association of Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Award for Outstanding Contributions in the Field of Information Science and Library Education
    • Library and Information Technology Association (LITA) Kilgour Research Award
    • American Library Association (ALA) Shera Award for the Outstanding Research
    • Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Dudley Award;
    • American Association of School Librarians’ (AASL) Distinguished Service Award
    • Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Award for Outstanding Contributions to the School Library Media Field through Publishing, and Teaching
  • 6. Research Themes
    • Information Search Process (ISP)
    • Uncertainty
    • Constructive approach to inquiry
    • Cognitive and affective aspects of information seeking and use
    • Zones of Intervention for library and information services
    • The process of learning from a variety of sources of information
  • 7. Notable Contributions
    • Information Search Process (ISP) development (6-stage model)
    • Process begins with feelings of uncertainty that commonly increase with information seeking before decreasing through the formulation, construction, and learning. 
    • Her studies show the potential of the school library as the inquiry center in 21st century schools.
    • Studies confirm her earlier findings that the ISP model may be applied for guiding inquiry where a constructivist view of learning is predominant among the teachers and administrators.
    • The ISP model is recognized as one of the few in the field based on empirical research and has been established as a foundation for library and information skills programs and information literacy initiatives.
  • 8. Resources
    • http:// www.scils.rutgers.edu/~kuhlthau/index.html
    • http://www.ala.org/ala/aasl/aaslpubsandjournals/slmrb/editorschoiceb/infopower/selectkuhlthau1.cfm
    • http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&search-type=ss&index=books&field-author=Carol%20Collier%20Kuhlthau&page=1
    • http:// library.humboldt.edu/~ccm/fingertips/kuhlthau.html
    • http:// virtualinquiry.com/inquiry/ips.htm
    • http://www.education-world.com/a_curr/voice/voice119.shtml
    • http:// eduscapes.com/sms/overview/kuhlthau.html
    • http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Feb-99/kuhlthau.html
  • 9. Star Summary
    • Carol Kuhlthau is most known for her development of the Information Search Process (ISP).
    • The six stages in this process include task initiation, selection, exploration, focus formulation, collection, and presentation.
    • This has changed the way some look at research from simply collecting information to a complex process of constructing from information.

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