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Student 1 Oct 18, 2013
I certainly agree with the DJs in this argument. I can't get the analogy made at the end of the
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Student 1 Oct 18, 2013
I certainly agree with the DJs in this argument. I can't get the analogy made at the end of the
vid...
https://flic.kr/p/hAryuy
http://picjumbo.com/laptop-keyboard-close-up/
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
Online inquiry-based information literacy instruction: designing and delivering a blended information literacy programme
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Presentation delivered during LILAC 2014 on the design and development of a blended information literacy program that utilizes inquiry-based teaching methods.

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    1. 1. http://www.flickr.com/photos/80378665@N00/4379853232/
    2. 2. Stock: http://join.deathtothestockphoto.com
    3. 3. http://www.gratisography.com/pictures/3H.jpg
    4. 4. https://flic.kr/p/ab7qZT
    5. 5. http://www.flickr.com/photos/57567419@N00/5842069535/
    6. 6. https://www.flickr.com/photos/ittybittiesforyou/4809971201
    7. 7. Student 1 Oct 18, 2013 I certainly agree with the DJs in this argument. I can't get the analogy made at the end of the video out of my head; writing music is to sampling as painting is to photography. I think I've come up with an example that helps further the analogy, actually. Consider a photographer that takes a picture of a beautiful building. Someone else constructed that building, and they specifically designed it to be beautiful. Years of effort went into its construction, and people from architects to construction workers all played a part in its creation. Is the photographer "stealing" the work of the architect who designed it? Of the workers who toiled over its construction? I'm inclined to think the photographer is not. Rather, the two media, photography and architectur e, benefit from each others' existence. This hypothetical building is large and complex, and the photographer has given us a new perspective from which to view it. Through the photography, we can better appreciate the work that went into the building, and we can appreciate the photograph as its own work of art. Mash-ups and original music have the same kind of symbiotic relationship. Songs are complex beasts, and DJs take songs and show the audience a new perspective on them by putting them in a different context. Through the work of mash-up artists, we really gain new art on several levels. We can gain an appreciation for the music that already exists by seeing it in a different context, and we can appreciate the work the DJ did in seeing this new perspecti ve on old music and for sharing it with an audience. Student 2 Oct 18, 2013 I like the building analogy. Just like the photograph is a preservation and sort of tribute to the work of the architects and builders, mash -ups are snapshots of (usually) popular pieces of culture. It not only spreads their reach and continues the legacy of the original artist, but is like when one painter's style gets compared to another - it showcases the ability and synergy of what the original artist produced. Student 3 Oct 18, 2013 I totally agree with this, especially the analogy. Like what you said about a painting to photography, seeing professional quality fan -art of something like a movie or game is sometimes just as exciting as seeing the characters in their native medium. In the same vein of thinking, hearing familiar melodies or lyrics in a song where you wouldn't expect to, is often just as exciting, if not more than hearing the full, original song. Additionally, there are some cases where a person might even discover an artist through hearing their piece sampled in someone else's mashup, and that is definitely a reason to support it as a genre. Student 4 Oct 20, 2013 This analogy is genius and it stuck in my head as well. Viewing artistic work such as songs and structure as a single person's achievement is selfish in a way. Each song and structure that was created was built off something else. They use the past to create the future. Songs that are played today would never have come into existence if not for the efforts of the people before. I don't like the point of view used, music should be a collaboration.
    8. 8. Student 1 Oct 18, 2013 I certainly agree with the DJs in this argument. I can't get the analogy made at the end of the video out of my head; writing music is to sampling as painting is to photography. I think I've come up with an example that helps further the analogy, actually. Consider a photographer that takes a picture of a beautiful building. Someone else constructed that building, and they specifically designed it to be beautiful. Years of effort went into its construction, and people from architects to construction workers all played a part in its creation. Is the photographer "stealing" the work of the architect who designed it? Of the workers who toiled over its construction? I'm inclined to think the photographer is not. Rather, the two media, photography and architectur e, benefit from each others' existence. This hypothetical building is large and complex, and the photographer has given us a new perspective from which to view it. Through the photography, we can better appreciate the work that went into the building, and we can appreciate the photograph as its own work of art. Mash-ups and original music have the same kind of symbiotic relationship. Songs are complex beasts, and DJs take songs and show the audience a new perspective on them by putting them in a different context. Through the work of mash-up artists, we really gain new art on several levels. We can gain an appreciation for the music that already exists by seeing it in a different context, and we can appreciate the work the DJ did in seeing this new perspecti ve on old music and for sharing it with an audience. Student 2 Oct 18, 2013 I like the building analogy. Just like the photograph is a preservation and sort of tribute to the work of the architects and builders, mash -ups are snapshots of (usually) popular pieces of culture. It not only spreads their reach and continues the legacy of the original artist, but is like when one painter's style gets compared to another - it showcases the ability and synergy of what the original artist produced. Student 3 Oct 18, 2013 I totally agree with this, especially the analogy. Like what you said about a painting to photography, seeing professional quality fan -art of something like a movie or game is sometimes just as exciting as seeing the characters in their native medium. In the same vein of thinking, hearing familiar melodies or lyrics in a song where you wouldn't expect to, is often just as exciting, if not more than hearing the full, original song. Additionally, there are some cases where a person might even discover an artist through hearing their piece sampled in someone else's mashup, and that is definitely a reason to support it as a genre. Student 4 Oct 20, 2013 This analogy is genius and it stuck in my head as well. Viewing artistic work such as songs and structure as a single person's achievement is selfish in a way. Each song and structure that was created was built off something else. They use the past to create the future. Songs that are played today would never have come into existence if not for the efforts of the people before. I don't like the point of view used, music should be a collaboration.
    9. 9. https://flic.kr/p/hAryuy
    10. 10. http://picjumbo.com/laptop-keyboard-close-up/

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