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Minitex News articles tagged with "Information Literacy" (39):

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Support information literacy research by completing this survey

Jul 16, 2021

You are invited to participate in a research study about connections between information literacy instruction and writing curriculum at colleges and universities in the United States. Participants will answer 12 questions about information literacy and writing instruction at their institutions. The survey will take approximately 20-40 minutes to complete.
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NewsLitCamp with Star Tribune

Apr 21, 2021

Minnesota educators: Join the News Literacy Project, Star Tribune, and Sourcewell Technology on June 15 for a free, virtual day of professional learning.
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Deepfakes: Can you spot them?

Apr 15, 2021

In the second Media Landscapes webinar, John Mack Freeman discussed deepfakes: how they are made, what issues they present, and why libraries should care.
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Renee Hobbs to kick off Media Landscapes campaign

Mar 19, 2021

Registration is open for the first webinar in the Media Landscapes series, Navigating a World Full of Propaganda with Renee Hobbs.
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Media Landscapes campaign launches

Mar 9, 2021

We are excited to announce the launch of a year-long campaign to support libraries as they grapple with today's fractured and challenging media landscape.
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Media literacy and the Internet: ALA's webinar series

Mar 3, 2021

Last week I attended another in ALA's Media Literacy webinar series. This session was titled, Media Literacy for Adults: Architecture of the Internet, and presented by Natasha Casey, Professor of Communications at Blackburn College. Her presentation was filled with information on how our digital environment functions, including cookies, algorithms, and questions to ask to start a discussion or program with library patrons.

Algorithm Literacy 101: A study by Project Information Literacy

Jan 21, 2020

A recent study, conducted by Project Information Literacy, looks at how college students see, use, and navigate the complex online information world, specifically the increasing use of algor


Britannica's Editorial Process

Dec 19, 2019

Do you have questions about Britannica's editorial process? Are you fielding questions about information literacy such as “Where do the Britannica articles come from?” and “Who writes Britannica articles?”  Well, check out this infographic about Britannica’s editorial process for answers! This is


How to judge a book by its cover--and everything else

Jun 4, 2019

At the recent LOEX Conference, I was fortunate enough to obtain a copy of Shelbie Witte, Don Latham, and Melissa Gross’: Literacy Engagement through Per


Live webcast: Strategies for Addressing Misinformation in the Library

Jun 3, 2019

Join ARLD for a live webcast sponsored by ACRL!
Controversial Topics and Difficult Dialogues - Strategies for Addressing Misinformation in the Library
Wednesday, June 12, 1:00 - 2:30 PM