Monthly Archives: January 2012

All Websites Are Not Created Equal

Or Can I Trust This Website? Part 2 This is the second in my series of posts on information literacy. Evaluating websites is a similar process to evaluating the quality of any information source. I’m not always a fan of … Continue reading

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The Reality of the Digital Divide

I was at a party a couple of weeks ago where we started discussing how much information has gone digital and the number of things these days that have to be done online. I mentioned my concerns, based on library … Continue reading

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Can I Trust This Website?

This is the first in a series of posts about what librarians like to call information literacy. Simply put, that is how to find high quality answers to your questions. Naturally, my focus will be on digital literacy. On July … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions For A New Librarian

It has now been a month since I finished my MLIS. I’ve spent some time just enjoying a break and also spent a couple of hectic weeks over the holidays covering for people on vacation. While I thoroughly enjoyed having … Continue reading

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