Ce site est consacré aux supports des cours et formations à l'information proposés par B. Pochet à Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech : cours crédités, supports, exercices et liens
Portal for supporting information literacy teaching and learning. Modules: For teachers, For students, Plagiarism, Interested links. In the Czech language only. It has been developed in 2008 as a project of 3 universities: Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Technical University in Prague, and University of West Bohemia. Project was supported by Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.
The aim of writing this marketing manual is to promote the use of the Information Literacy IFLA – UNESCO logo (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The logo was selected from an international competition with the objective of creating an image that would strengthen communication between participants in Information Literacy (IL) programs: those who fund them, the institutions and organizations; those who facilitate the programs, the trainers; and those who benefit from developing information competencies, the learners. The adoption and use of the logo by information literacy professionals will make it an easily recognizable symbol for IL across countries, and will therefore, make IL communication easier.
The website has been designed to provide tools and resources to support the development of information literacy. The site is suitable for use by the staff of healthcare organisations, patients, carers and members of the public.
The site contains: 1. A section with the materials of the Library. 2. Catalogs (Online, Recommendations, etc.) 3. Section of suggestions for the Library. 4. Tutorial about the using of the Catalog, Data Base, etc. 5. About the Library.
The site contains: * Background information on the Project * ANZIIL Standards * The modules * The online editor * Research and evaluation * Project resources and materials available for download * Development team
Two forms of citation are permitted by Turabian, the traditional method of footnotes with a bibliography and the now generally favoured method of parenthetical references with a reference list at the end of the paper. This guide follows the parenthetical reference method. Titles of works cited may be italicized or underlined. This guide uses underlining for titles.
This guide is based on the The Chicago Manual of Style 15th ed. rev. (University of Chicago Press, 2003). Examples are shown for both the Author-Date style of citation recommended for natural sciences and social sciences, as well as the Notes-Bibliography style used for fine arts, history, literature, etc.
The site contains: 1. Info about the system 2. Print 3. Info 4. Side overview 5. Contact 6. Data security 7. Imprint 8. Projects 9. Results 10. Publications 11. On the left
The page contains: 1. The Instruction Labs 2. About the Program 3. Tutorials 4. Teaching Materials ; Also a section with information about the library
You should answer a question correctly from each category, you will receive a light corresponding to the color of the category. Once you receive a light for each of the four categories, you are placed on the Home Stretch. On the Home Stretch, you must answer a question from each category correctly in order to advance a space. Once you have answered all four categories correctly, you win!
The site contains: 1. A section about The Big6 Habilities. 2. A section with a blog, newsletter, forum, for children, workshops, online course and why use the big6? 3. A section about: The home, overview, tools, grants, higher ed, lesson ideas, links, research, resources, store and workshops.
The site contains: Some links about to how develop skills of information in the students. These are: 1. Information Seeking 2. Evaluation 3. Ethics 4. Synthesis 5. Overviews 6. Rubrics 7. Content areas activities 8. Standards 9. Communication.
The guide is presented in three brief sections. The first section, "Getting Started," provides tips on filtering the millions of health-related Web pages through the health subsets of major search engines and using quality electronic finding tools developed by the U.S. government to do an initial screen of Websites for further examination. This section is followed by a set of guidelines developed for evaluating the content of health-related Websites. The final section provides additional information of interest to consumers searching for health-related information on the Web.
A directory of basic level documents about libraries, librarians, opacs, bibliographies and citations
Lists of useful catalogue search strategies, journal databases, web directories and reference material.
This booklet focuces on technological, ethical, economical and legal aspects of spam and describes the damge caused by spam.
Downloadable audio podcast guides to a range of information sources and library services.
Sistema informático que combina texto e imagen y permite que los usuarios releven información relacionada con el desarrollo histórico del partido de Avellaneda, desde sus orígenes hasta la actualidad.