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New Tech Culture Mag....first edition seems interesting...lots of links for deeper reading within articles

New Tech Culture Mag....first edition seems interesting...lots of links for deeper reading within articles

The future of academic libraries by Steven J Bell  http://www.educationfutures.com/2012/03/26/the-future-of-academic-libraries-an-interview-with-steven-j-bell/

The future of academic libraries by Steven J Bell http://www.educationfutures.com/2012/03/26/the-future-of-academic-libraries-an-interview-with-steven-j-bell/

This pin may be a cartoon, but it accurately represents how humans in the information age rely so heavily on the Google search engine. Rather than asking a professional or a teacher, or reading it in a book, it is now the 'norm' to simply look it up online to gain answers.

This pin may be a cartoon, but it accurately represents how humans in the information age rely so heavily on the Google search engine. Rather than asking a professional or a teacher, or reading it in a book, it is now the 'norm' to simply look it up online to gain answers.

easybib rocks ...look at the help they offer ,this is a tiny fraction of the information they offer in assistance to their app 8-) highly reccomended

easybib rocks ...look at the help they offer ,this is a tiny fraction of the information they offer in assistance to their app 8-) highly reccomended

The character in this comic strip is critically evaluating each source of media. Each of the sources has their flaws, and it comments that because of this the information age ages people. This can be taken as either: being critical makes you wise beyond your years, or that each source has it's flaws and worrying about those flaws creates unnecessary stress. In my opinion, being critical of the information and the source is important but to realize nothing is ever perfect is essential.

The character in this comic strip is critically evaluating each source of media. Each of the sources has their flaws, and it comments that because of this the information age ages people. This can be taken as either: being critical makes you wise beyond your years, or that each source has it's flaws and worrying about those flaws creates unnecessary stress. In my opinion, being critical of the information and the source is important but to realize nothing is ever perfect is essential.

Questioning Toolkit - Powerful questions - Smart Questions, if you will - are the foundation for Information Power, Engaged Learning and Information Literacy. Smart questions go beyond simple recall questions.

Questioning Toolkit - Powerful questions - Smart Questions, if you will - are the foundation for Information Power, Engaged Learning and Information Literacy. Smart questions go beyond simple recall questions.

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