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  • C.G. O’KELLY LIBRARY O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE 2014
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • Effectively determine key concepts.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • Effectively determine key concepts. BRAINSTORMING PHASE!!!
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • What sources are being selected and how are they directly related to answering the research question.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • Where is information in the Information Cycle.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • What do you think prevents your students from brainstorming effectively?
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  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • Here is an example of how we can implement brainstorming into a library instructional activity.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 LLS 1320: Social Media and the Middle East Brainstorming Activity In this library session we will begin by examining 2 images and how social media is being used in the Middle East. We will focus on answering: What is link between social media and Middle Eastern people. We will be using a series of tags and comments to create a research topic. Objective Upon the completion of this session you will be able to master the following: • Brainstorming phase www.flickr.com username: okscholarsinstituteM password: Cgokelly205 -Please add initials after your comment or tag
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  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • Locate information using effective, welldesigned search strategies.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • What do you think about the Flipped Instructional Model? • Have you used it before? • Do you plan on using it in the near future?
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 ARCHIVES
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 INFORMATION COMMONS • Boolean Operators are simple words (AND, OR, NOT or AND NOT) used as conjunctions to combine or exclude keywords in a search, resulting in more focused and productive results. • Using these operators can greatly reduce or expand the amount of records returned. -Alliant Libraries
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 MEDIA OR AND NOT
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 Each Department has their own collection of: • • • • Journals Video Databases Books Educational DVDs See Search Databases by Subject
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  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • The student can determine whether this information has any credibility towards their topic and if it fits the argument they are defending.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 INSTRUCTION • How and why is evaluating information applicable to your field?
  • O’K SCHOLARS http://youtu.be/8TZBwdupLQ8
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyMT08mD7Ds
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  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 LIBRARY LIAISONS Does this report support what the journalist is writing? What sources did these numbers come from?
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  • STUDY /COLLABORATION SITES • The student will be able to communicate, organize and synthesize information from sources to achieve a specific purpose with clarity and depth.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 MOBILE LEARNING
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVZI-7E1Plc
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 Mobile learning allows a further breakout, untethering learners from their desks, from their dwellings, from buildings altogether. Learning can occur anywhere and, in this sense, has become truly ubiquitous. It can occur “wherever people, individually or collectively, have problems to solve or knowledge to share.”
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 LIBRARY BLOG • How can the library staff assist in transforming a traditional assignment into a new (cognitive) project/assignment?
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • Here are some examples of how we can implement mobile learning between the walls and outside of the walls of the classroom and library.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pjn6YkCY2yA
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • Show your PowerPoint and Keynote files and documents on any web browser, TV or projector and control it using your device. Since viewers just need your simple URL to follow along, setup is a snap.
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  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • Students demonstrate a full understanding of the ethical and legal restrictions on the use of published, confidential, and/or proprietary information.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 Students use correctly all of the following: • Citations and references • Paraphrasing/summary/quoting • Information that is true to original context • Distinction between common knowledge and ideas requiring attribution
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  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 • Who has experienced a student plagiarizing in any of the forms shown in this video? • What methods do you use to help your students understand the importance of using information ethically and legally? http://www.wssu.edu/cg-okelly-library/default.aspx
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  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 Original Passage: Because women's wages often continue to reflect the fiction that men earn the family wage, single mothers rarely earn enough to support themselves and their children adequately.¹ ¹ May, Elaine (1991). Myths and Realities of the American Family. In Ariès, P. A., Post, A., Duby, G., & Vincent, G. (1991). A history of private life: Riddles of identity in modern times. 5: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 Original Passage: Because women's wages often continue to reflect the fiction that men earn the family wage, single mothers rarely earn enough to support themselves and their children adequately. =========================== Since women's wages often continue to reflect the mistaken notion that men are the main wage earners in the family, single mothers rarely make enough to support themselves and their children very well.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 Original Passage: Because women's wages often continue to reflect the fiction that men earn the family wage, single mothers rarely earn enough to support themselves and their children adequately. =========================== As Elaine May points out, "women's wages often continue to reflect the fiction that men earn the family wage" (p. 588). Thus many single mothers cannot support themselves and their children adequately.
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 Original Passage: Because women's wages often continue to reflect the fiction that men earn the family wage, single mothers rarely earn enough to support themselves and their children adequately. ================================ Women today still earn less than men, so much less that many single mothers and their children live near or below the poverty line. Elaine May (1991) argues that this situation stems in part from “the fiction that men earn the family wage“ (p. 588). This assumption, in my opinion, does not have the force it once did. More and more businesses offer in-house daycare facilities, as evidenced by a study conducted in New York City (May, 1991).
  • O’K SCHOLARS INSTITUTE, 2014 LIAISONS Thomas Flynn flynnth@wssu.edu History, Computer Science 750-2426 Carl Leak leakca@wssu.edu Health Sciences 750-2453 Micheal Frye fryema@wssu.edu Science Librarian 750-8938 Cynthia Levine levineco@wssu.edu Technical Services 750-2123 Forrest Foster fosterfc@wssu.edu Mass Communications 750-2843 Melinda Livas livasmm@wssu.edu Mathematics, Distance Education 750-8933 Lizzie A. Reeder reederl@wssu.edu Human Performance, Rehabilitation Studies 750-2447 Janet Malliett malliettj@wssu.edu Behavior Science, Social Work 750-8867 Patricia Gamble mackpm@wssu.edu Fine Arts 750-8937 Terrence Martin tmartin@wssu.edu O’K Scholars/ Political Science & Justice Studies 750-2123 Ian Hertz hertzis@wssu.edu Business 750-2532 Vicki S. Miller millervs@wssu.edu Reference Education 750-2986
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