9 thoughts on “David L. Rice Library Tutorials: Information Literacy in a Nutshell”

  1. The standards developed by the ACRL to teach information literacy are arguably some of the best. However, they weren't specifically developed for online and distance learning. Are the methods and teachings they try to convey distorted when translated into electronic courses? Would it not be better for universities to offer a hands-on approach of finding and citing resources from a real library in the real world? Many students learn by doing exercises, and an electronic exercise for finding a physical book or resource may not make the same mental connections as a physical exercise in a real library.

  2. this is definitely helped me from my former university!,and my current university! awesome! And by Sam Cooke's river,living in that little tent,gonna come one gorgeous beautiful American Phychological Association genre of a pow paper yet! Soar Eagles!

  3. WELL….. IN A NUT SHELL!  ive twisted and sprained my back in my lumbar region! the doctor said there,s not much can be done for it other than giving it time to repair itself! if its still the same in a couple of weeks i might need  to start physiotherapy! ive had it before but not this bad ! but  dont worry foamy im slowly on the mend !!! 

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