At our March ICOP meeting, Kai Smith gave a presentation on three citation management systems. While RefWorks is currently the only supported system, others are being used by students, faculty, and staff. Kai covered RefWorks and Zotero at this meeting, and briefly mentioned Mendeley. Continue reading “Citation Management Systems”
At the November 4 ICOP meeting, Mandy Havert led the discussion entitled “Credentialing Information Literacy: What is it? Why should we consider it? What difference will it make?” Continue reading “Badges: Credentialing Information Literacy”
Today’s ICOP discussion was led by Leslie Morgan. Her discussion, entitled “ACRL Information Literacy Framework (Advisory Board) & Hesburgh Libraries Teaching and Learning Services,” began with a discussion of Leslie’s participation on the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Board, on which she currently serves.
The Board has several tasks, including the review and progress assessment of the Framework implementation plan; to offer strategic overview for future directions for research and practice; to promote communication by contributing to the Framework website and listserv, and to advise and participate in the development and use of a “sandbox” repository for Framework examples and implementation. Continue reading “ACRL Information Literacy Framework”