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Digital Divide and Conquer: Why Open Access and Information Fluency Make a Great Team (CLA 2011)

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Presented at the Canadian Library Association 2011 Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia in May 2011. (A similar presentation was delivered at the NEOS Miniconference in June 2011 with the title "The …

Presented at the Canadian Library Association 2011 Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia in May 2011. (A similar presentation was delivered at the NEOS Miniconference in June 2011 with the title "The Open Access Student: Not an Open-and-Shut Case").

Abstract: Librarians strive to encourage students’ lifelong learning and critical thinking skills. Enhancing their awareness of Open Access resources in an increasingly complex digital information landscape furthers this objective. This session will explore ways librarians are promoting OA publications, focusing specifically on how these resources can enrich students’ lives now and for years to come.

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    • 1. DIGITAL DIVIDE & CONQUER Why Open Access & Information Fluency Make a Great Team Robyn Hall | Red Deer College | May 2011
    • 2. • Digitization of Academic Publishing • Librarian as Open Access Advocate • Librarian as Open Access Educator • Discussion
    • 3. Digitization of Academic Publishing
    • 4. 1455 c.insomniaguild.org
    • 5. 1665
    • 6. th 20 Century
    • 7. 1980s Flickr: sarastro.us
    • 8. 1990s
    • 9. Flickr: Gideon Burton
    • 10. Flickr: Gideon Burton
    • 11. psyplexus.com
    • 12. LIBRARIANS AS OPEN ACCESS ADVOCATES
    • 13. http://libguides.msvu.ca/openaccess
    • 14. http://libguides.usask.ca/open_access
    • 15. http://dal.ca.libguides.com/open_access
    • 16. Cancel expensive journals. Give UPEI example.
    • 17. http://www.openaccessweek.org
    • 18. http://guides.library.utoronto.ca/OAW2010
    • 19. http://www.righttoresearch.org/act/individuals/index.shtml
    • 20. LIBRARIANS AS OPEN ACCESS EDUCATORS
    • 21. Flickr: Gideon Burton
    • 22. http://exploreguides.conestogac.on.ca/conte nt.php?pid=122165&sid=1049965
    • 23. http://libguides.bgsu.edu/alumniservices
    • 24. http://westernu.libguides.com/alumni
    • 25. http://libguides.norquest.ca/oa
    • 26. http://libguides.tyndale.ca/content.php?pid=180470
    • 27. The best things in life are Open... http://rdc.libguides.com/open
    • 28. http://rdc.libguides.com/nursing
    • 29. Is it CRAAP? • Currency • Relevance • Authority • Accuracy • Purpose
    • 30. DOAJ.org
    • 31. http://www.anthropologymatters.com http://www.librarystudentjournal.org
    • 32. “By ensuring that individuals have the intellectual abilities of reasoning and critical thinking, and by helping them construct a framework for learning how to learn, colleges and universities provide the foundation for continued growth throughout their careers, as well as in their roles as informed citizens and members of communities.” (ACRL, 2000) Flickr: Gideon Burton
    • 33. http://www.righttoresearch.org
    • 34. Discussion