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metablog

I hate metablogging as much as the next guy, but here I go again. 🙂 Blogging is likely to be really light over the next week, given that I will be involved in an ongoing interview process, and working my ass off with research and presentation prep.

I’ll probably use the blog to think out loud about some information literacy concepts….do any of my readers have thoughts about the concept? What does the phrase mean to you? In what ways has the concept of “literacy” changed in the last 5 years? As a secondary question: what do you wish you had been told about research/the library when you were a freshman, that you later found useful?

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[…] Jason Griffey, at Pattern Recognition, posted some interesting questions on his blog. He asks his readers, “What does the phrase [information literacy] mean to you? In what ways has the concept of “literacy” changed in the last 5 years? As a secondary question: what do you wish you had been told about research/the library when you were a freshman, that you later found useful?” […]

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