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plagiarism

Turnitin

Google Scholar

Harvard style

evaluating information

referencing

social
media

LIBRARY RESEARCH TRAINING

e
-
journals



Facebook

e
-
books

websites

YouTube

databases

Wikipedia

Bing

RSS

Web 2.0

tagclouds

peer reviewed

articles

Engaging learners:


combining e
-
learning and
web 2.0 technology




Pam Thomas

VU Emergent Technologies in Education


Background


review of information literacy (library
research) program at VU


2011 adoption of
LibGuides

content
management system to incorporate
web 2.0 technology into IL teaching
program


individual
LibGuides

only to be
developed if integrated into curriculum


Technology integration theories


Computer
-
based library research programs
often use
directed methods
of technology
integration and build on a hierarchy of
acquired skills
eg
. drills, tutorials, simulations


Constructivist methods
of technology
integration are inquiry
-
based, shaped by
individual differences and cultural influences,
active and participatory


Integrate both theories?

The content of computer
-
based library
research programs lends itself to
integrating both theories

Problem
:

How to integrate web 2.0 tools to
increase social constructivist learning?

Answer
:
Additional tab used in
LibGuides

for an online poll entitled:


Where do you find information?

Poll used interactively in class
Free software: polleverywhere.com

Advantages of poll


Interactive, participatory activity


Collective intelligence


Build on what students already do


Students using technology that they like


M
-
learning


Ties together social constructivism with
web 2.0 tools


Poll results

evaluation questions



Should you believe
Wikipedia?


Amy
Bruckman

(2011)

Future developments?

Small web 2.0 developments


an extra box on
LibGuides

using
Diigo

so
that students can add their own selected
websites when they need to search for
reputable websites for their research
topics


???
...
the culture is there to keep on
experimenting