Category Archives: information literacy

Writing and the “T” word

A week into our new presidency and I’m inundated by writing about our new president–on Facebook, on blogs, in poems, in short prose pieces–in other words, just what our new president wants:  attention. I have purposely not written about our … Continue reading

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Right/Wrong Way to Read a Book

From the New York Times, Sept. 27, 2016–an interesting perspective on reading.  Potentially useful for classes on information literacy or reading comprehension.

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In Praise of the Unsure

The world seems to be more oppositional than ever these days:  either/or, yes/no, right/wrong.  People seek easy answers, but forget that there are questions and issues that are better served by more complicated considerations.  Information literacy is one discipline where clarity … Continue reading

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