Saturday, April 19, 2008

Information Literacy Skills: Teaching/Learning In The Web 2.0 Environment


I will be one of four keynote speakers at the 3rd International Plagiarism Conference "Transforming practice for an authentic future" to be held June 23-25 2008, City Campus East, Northumbria University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK.


I have been asked to discuss

"The Challenges and Opportunities of Development of Information Literacy Skills for Students and Teaching and Learning in the Web 2.0 Environment"

I Would Greatly Appreciate Cites / Sites to Any / All Relevant Articles / Studies / Reports / WebSources that Address / Consider / Discuss these issues In / Out of the Plagiarism Context.

While I'm Interested In Any / All Disciplines, I Have A Particular Interest In The Sciences / Technology Higher Education Environment.


Thanks A Million!



Art said...

The answer to dealing with plagiarism in the Web 2.0 world is the same as it was in the Web 1.0 world, namely giving authentic problem solving tasks that are based on essential questions and require the synthesis of new knowledge. In the Web 1.0 world that took the form of true WebQuests. Many of those quality products can be updated to incorporate blogs and wikis. Check Tom March's Revisiting WebQuests in the Web 2.0 world.

Peter Godwin said...

I did a double-take when I saw the name of your new blog! I've been running a blog "Information Literacy meets Web 2.0" for quite a while now and have just edited a book "Information Literacy meets Library 2.0", for Facet publications.
I have therefore transferred to this new blog (Information Literacy meets Library 2.0) which will be a continuation and update of the book. Plagiarism is not something which we dealt with particularly in the book, but there will be material which will be of interest I am sure. Would be glad to correspond further by e-mail, Facebook or whatever!!We obviously have quite a lot to talk about!
Best wishes