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Vermont – “Freedom and Un...

On September 23, 2014, Governor Peter Shumlin proclaimed October as Information Literacy Month in the Green Mountain...

Vermont – “Freedom and Unity”
posted on: Oct 3, 2014 | author: Editor

Another Study Validating…

“Attention, educators: training high school students early in digital research, partnering them with a school...

Another Study Validating…
posted on: Oct 2, 2014 | author: Editor

Washington – The Evergreen Stat...

Congratulations to the residents of the state of Washington! Governor Jay Inslee issued a gubernatorial...

Washington – The Evergreen State
posted on: Oct 1, 2014 | author: Editor

Nebraska Does It Again!

  On September 11, 2014,  Governor Dave Heineman of Nebraska issued a Proclamation declaring October as Nebraska...

Nebraska Does It Again!
posted on: Sep 12, 2014 | author: Editor
Mission Hopeful – Reaching Higher

Mission Hopeful – Reaching Higher

posted on: Sep 2, 2014 | author: Editor

On June 18, 2014,  Dr. Sharon A. Weiner, Vice President of the National Forum on Information Literacy and W. Wayne Booker Chair of Information...

Student Success and Evidenced-Based Information Literacy Research

Student Success and Evidenced-Based Informati...

posted on: Aug 31, 2014 | author: Editor

  ILAGO (Information Literacy Advocacy Group of Oregon) is hosting a new web site that compiles evidenced-based information literacy sources...

The Issue of Copyright and the Public Domain in the U.S. 2014 Updated

The Issue of Copyright and the Public Domain ...

posted on: Jul 28, 2014 | author: Editor

Peter B.  Hirtle of Cornell University published an update on his original work, “Recent Changes To The Copyright Law: Copyright Term...

Higher Ed Educational Practices and the Role of Information Literacy

Higher Ed Educational Practices and the Role ...

posted on: Jul 28, 2014 | author: Editor

Selected by the American Library Association as one of 2013 “top 20″ instruction articles,  Dr. Sharon Weiner, Vice President of the...

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