In this keynote presentation, Lynn Silipigni Connaway provides context for the state of information seeking, and makes a case for positioning the library as more than just a place. She also provides examples for both academic and public libraries that are meeting the users where they are.
File: pptx, 27MB Topics: Information Literacy, Student Support
Two of the investigators of the “Researching Students’ Information Choices” project provide an in-depth update on this project that examines and compares the judgments and perceptions of students as they select resources for science-related school inquiry projects.
File: pptx, 70MB Topics: Information Literacy, Research Methods
Washington, DC (USA)
This update from the project Researching Students’ Information Choices (RSIC) includes research and information concepts, methods, and the idea of “container collapse,” which describes the obscuring of information sources from the print containers that once provided visual context and cues to help individuals identify the documents’ origins.
File: ppt, 67MB Topics: Information Literacy, Research Methods
Buffalo, NY (USA)
Lynn Silipigni Connaway provides examples and recommendations of how libraries can increase their credibility and information literacy in their communities, whether an academic library or a public library.
File: ppt, 27MB Topics: Information Literacy
Learn about the Digital Visitors and Residents project, how research supporting the project was completed, results focused on digital literacy, and recommendations for libraries.
File: pptx, 38.1MB Topics: User Research, Information Literacy
Learn more about OCLC's Digital Visitors and Residents work, identifying how individuals are engaging with technology, acquiring information, and why they make their choices.
File: pptx, 26MB Topics: Digital Visitors and Residents, User Research, Information Literacy
Washington, D.C. (USA)
In this presentation, Silipigni Connaway describes how people determine whether an online information source is credible and how libraries can play a role in ensuring patrons are accessing trustworthy sources.
File: pptx, 30.2MB Topics: Information Literacy, User Research
Chicago, Illinois (USA)
Learn how researchers explored how microaggressions can occur in virtual reference and how librarians can mitigate microaggressions in their practice.
File: pptx, 27.2MB Topics: Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Information Literacy