TRANSFORMING RESEARCH BY
TEACHING CORE INFORMATION
LITERACY PRINCIPLES
Adam Blackwell
Senior Market Development Manager (G...
Office mantra
7/9/2014 2
NIHIT
O
Nothing
Important
Happens
In
The
Office
All students
7/9/2014 3
7/9/2014 4
1) Couldn’t choose good topics
2) Didn’t know where to find information
3) Couldn’t evaluate sources
4) Didn’t ...
PIL
7/9/2014 5
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWNGZUa952A&list=UUWoup68RayyXlPQgDgTZ_wA
Examples?
7/9/2014 6
Focus
7/9/2014 7
1:1 meetings
7/9/2014 8
7/9/2014 9
Increase productivity of 1:1 meetings
Problem
7/9/2014 10
“. . . the sheer act of just getting
started on research assignments and
defining a research inquiry w...
Resolution
7/9/2014 11
Problem
7/9/2014 12
“Many instructors require students to use
scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles
for college resear...
Resolution
7/9/2014 13
Resolution
7/9/2014 14
MORE INFORMATION ON
PQ RESEARCH COMPANION?
LEAVE US YOUR NAME AND CONTACT INFO
CONTINUE THE DISCUSSION?
PLEASE CONTACT:
Adam Blackwell
(adam.blackwell@proquest.com)
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Transforming Research by Teaching Core Information Literacy Principles, ProQuest Day at ALA Annual 2014

  1. 1. TRANSFORMING RESEARCH BY TEACHING CORE INFORMATION LITERACY PRINCIPLES Adam Blackwell Senior Market Development Manager (GPS) ProQuest ALA (June 27, 2014)
  2. 2. Office mantra 7/9/2014 2 NIHIT O Nothing Important Happens In The Office
  3. 3. All students 7/9/2014 3
  4. 4. 7/9/2014 4 1) Couldn’t choose good topics 2) Didn’t know where to find information 3) Couldn’t evaluate sources 4) Didn’t know how to convert information into evidence 5) Couldn’t help plagiarizing 6) Didn’t know how to revise The same old problems again and again and again
  5. 5. PIL 7/9/2014 5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWNGZUa952A&list=UUWoup68RayyXlPQgDgTZ_wA
  6. 6. Examples? 7/9/2014 6
  7. 7. Focus 7/9/2014 7
  8. 8. 1:1 meetings 7/9/2014 8
  9. 9. 7/9/2014 9 Increase productivity of 1:1 meetings
  10. 10. Problem 7/9/2014 10 “. . . the sheer act of just getting started on research assignments and defining a research inquiry was overwhelming for students—more so than any of the subsequent steps in the research process.” http://projectinfolit.org/images/pdfs/pil_ fall2010_survey_fullreport1.pdf
  11. 11. Resolution 7/9/2014 11
  12. 12. Problem 7/9/2014 12 “Many instructors require students to use scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles for college research papers. However, students [don’t know] what a scholarly article looks like.” http://www2.yk.psu.edu/sites/bee11/start- in-the-library/child/
  13. 13. Resolution 7/9/2014 13
  14. 14. Resolution 7/9/2014 14
  15. 15. MORE INFORMATION ON PQ RESEARCH COMPANION? LEAVE US YOUR NAME AND CONTACT INFO
  16. 16. CONTINUE THE DISCUSSION? PLEASE CONTACT: Adam Blackwell (adam.blackwell@proquest.com)

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