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4: Further reading

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Abilock, D.  (2012).  True or not.  Educational Leadership, 69(6)Strategies for assessing online material.


Bali, M. (2016, February 3). Knowing the difference between digital skills and digital literacies, and teaching both.


Bibliography of research on social networking sites 


Baer. A. (2013). Critical information literacy in the college classroom: Exploring scholarly knowledge production through the digital humanities. In L. Gregory & S. Higgins (Eds.), Information literacy and social justice: Radical professional praxis (pp. 99-120). Los Angeles: Library Juice Press. 


Bell, S. (2006). Search alternatives and beyond. Educause Quarterly, 29(1).  


Centre for Information Behaviour and the Evaluation of Research.  (2008). Information Behaviour of the Researcher of the Future.  London: University College London


Creative Minds of 21st Century Librarians: free book


Damico, J., Baildon, M., & Campano, G.  (2007).  Integrating literacy, technology and disciplined inquiry in social studies: The development and application of a conceptual model.  THE Journal.  


Fryer, W., &Montgomery, K.  Chapter 1, Social Bookmarking: from Powerful Ingredients for Blended Learning


Koh, A. (2015). Teaching with the Internet, or how I learned to stop worrying and love the Google in my classroom. Hybrid Pedagogy.


Leander, K., & Frank, A. (2006). The aesthetic production and distribution of image/subjects among online youth. E–Learning, 3(2). 


Knight Commission.  (2010).  Sustaining Communities: Information Literacy in a Digital Age.  Knight Commission.


November, A.  (2008), Web Literacy for Educators


Provenzano, N.  (2012).  The beginner's guide to using Evernote.  iBook


Purdy, J. P. (2012). Why first-year college students select online research resources as their favorite. First Monday






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