On this map, you can find more than 600websites of libraries or academic programs, especially at a university level, located in Ibero-American countries and around the world (more than 60 countries) that are developing Information Literacy programs or support the inclusion of information literacy in different curricula.
Cases have been found, after reviewing literature and content in different databases, repositories and specialized websites (Web of Science, Scopus, EBSCO, E-lis, RedALyC, Scielo, Wiki ALFIN / Iberoamérica, Information Literacy Weblog).
Here is a preliminary plan. We will not follow it strictly; it is just an idea about the topics we would like to cover. Shall there be points of interest, please feel free to contribute prior and during the session.
Keeping in mind the ED 610 Learning Goals and Objectives, namely:
Understand and demonstrate how to write literature review in the field of the C&I research
Understand the related research methods in both quantitative and qualitative perspectives from the explored research articles
Understand how to use searching engine to find meaningful articles
Interpret and do critical thinking in C&I research articles
lets review our search and research skills:
How do we search?
Google and Google Scholar (more focused, peer reviewed, academic content)
What is a DOI? A Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is assigned to electronic journal articles (and selected other online content) to specifically and permanently identify and access that article. Most of the standard academic citation formats now require the inclusion of DOIs within a citation when available.
How to find a DOI: Most current academic journal articles include a DOI (usually listed on the first page of the article). Most library databases list a DOI with the record for recent academic journal articles. Most non-academic articles (including magazine and newspaper articles) as well as many older academic journal articles do not have a DOI. Crossref.org provides a DOI Lookup service that will search for a DOI based on citation information (author’s last name, journal name, article title, etc.).
How to access an article via a DOI: Use the CSU Stanislaus Library DOI Look-up for options provided by the library, including access to the full-text via the publisher’s site or a library database service when available. Other, general DOI look-up systems (CrossRef & DOI.org) usually link to the article’s “homepage” on the publisher’s site (which usually include a free abstract but full-text access is restricted to subscribers).