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Digital Detectives. Solving Information Dilemmas in an Online World

  • ID: 3504073
  • Book
  • February 2016
  • Region: Global
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Digital Detectives: Solving Information Dilemmas in an Online World helps students become independent and confident digital detectives, giving them the tools and tactics they need to critically scrutinize web-based digital information to ascertain its authenticity, veracity, and authority, and to use the information in a discerning way to successfully complete academic tasks. Enabling students to select and use information appropriately empowers them to function at a higher level of digital information fluency, acting as discerning consumers of, and effective contributors to, web-based information.

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Chapter 1. The Digital Landscape, Scholarship, and You

Chapter 2. Your Learning in a Digital World

Chapter 3. Aladdin's Cave

Chapter 4. Wiki or Won't I?

Chapter 5. Judgement Day

Chapter 6. Finders Keepers

Chapter 7. In Too Deep

Chapter 8. It's Only Words.

Chapter 9. All Play and No Work

Chapter 10. Truth or Dare

Chapter 11. A Hidden Agenda

Chapter 12. Fact or Fiction? Negotiating New Learning Spaces

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Crystal Fulton Senior Lecturer, School of Information and Library Studies, University College Dublin, Ireland.

Dr. Crystal Fulton is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Information and Library Studies, University College Dublin, Ireland, where she teaches in the areas of information literacy, information and public services, information behaviour, and social computing and media. Her teaching takes a collaborative, problem-solving approach, aimed at promoting self- constructed learning practices to help students become more independently analytic. She introduced the teaching of qualitative research in her school, as well as new and interesting classroom techniques and assessment to encourage student engagement in learning. She created and teaches a unique course, Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn, to help doctoral level students across the university develop best teaching practices for the classroom as well as a teaching e-portfolio to document their progress. She has also taught in Germany under the ERASMUS programme. She has long used blended and fully online teaching and learning, pioneering her school's first course to be offered completely online.She was the co-Principal Investigator on Creating e-Practicums to Enhance Undergraduate Learning, a project funded by the university to introduce reusable digital learning objects in the school. She recently won the UCD President's Teaching Award (2010-2012) for excellence in contributions to teaching in the university. In 2011 she was one of only two members of UCD nominated for the prestigious National Awards for Excellence in Teaching (NAIRTL). As her school's Director for Teaching and Learning for five years, she has been responsible for managing and supporting the development of teaching policy and practice in the school. She has delivered papers at international conferences on teaching and learning, and she has published in this area. Her book, Information Pathways: A Problem-Solving Approach to Information Literacy, was published in 2010.
Claire McGuinness
Claire McGuinness PhD, MSc, BSc, RLPE, FHEA, RN (Child)
Senior Lecturer & Programme Lead BSc/BSc Hons Professional Studies in Nursing
Department of Nursing and Community Health
School of Health & Life Sciences
Glasgow Caledonian University
Glasgow, UK
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