ETA – Presentation slides (they’re image heavy, and only moderately helpful, but here they are)
Learning the Ropes: How Freshmen Conduct Course Research Once they Enter College. Alison Head/ Project Information Literacy. December 2013. (PDF)
The Citation Project Pilot study. Howard, Rebecca Moore, Tanya K. Rodrigue, and Tricia C. Serviss. “Writing from Sources, Writing from Sentences.” Writing and Pedagogy 2.2 (Fall 2010): 177-192.
Rempel, H. G., Buck, S., & Deitering, A. M. (2013). Examining Student Research Choices and Processes in a Disintermediated Searching Environment. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 13(4), 363-384.
Kim, K. S., & Sin, S. C. J. (2007). Perception and selection of information sources by undergraduate students: effects of avoidant style, confidence, and personal control in problem-solving.The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 33(6), 655-665. (Elsevier paywall)
Curiosity Self-Assessment – try it yourself!
What we used in FYC:
Twitter (for example: @HarvardResearch, @ResearchBlogs, @ResearchOSU)
Creating an embeddable twitter timeline (we are using the List Timeline option)
Mapping OSU Research – Google map
7 Ways to Make a Google Map Using Google Spreadsheets. Note: ours is made by hand right now – but there might be interest in these options.
Newsmap — treemap style visualization of Google News.
Tiki-Toki — timeline generator
TimelineJS (integrated with Google Spreadsheets)
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This is a really helpful list of resources. Last year I did some information cycle instruction for our FYS, and I think it would be really fun to incorporate one of the timeline tools into class.