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The “I’m Feeling Lucky Syndrome”: Teacher-Candidates’ Knowledge of Web Searching Strategies
(The Partnership, Canada's national network of provincial and territorial library associations, 2008)
The need for web literacy has become increasingly important with the exponential growth of learning materials on the web that are freely accessible to educators. Teachers need the skills to locate these tools and also the ...
How academic libraries can support learning in higher education now and in the future. Annual Academic Librarian's Conference in Mexico City, October 29-30, 2009. Invited presentation.
Invited speaker. Annual Academic Librarian's Conference to Mexico City, October 29-30.
Student-teachers and the school library: What they know and what they want
Ontario Library Association Annual Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Feb. 1-4
Quality Assurance. Information Brief.
(Ontario College and University Library Association,, 2013)
The Mystery of Student Inquiry. Footage from research study of grade nine high school class engaged in inquiry project. Shot with Brenda Reed and edited with Rosie Kerr.
(, Kingston Ontario, 2009)
with assistance from Kerr, R., and Reed, B. 15-minute streamed video resulting from research project
Metacognition as information fluency: Engaging new habits of mind to better direct search behaviour 2010.
Information Fluency Conference, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida, March 9-11.
Focus on Foundations: Bringing Information Literacy to an Online Faculty Development Program. Conference presentation at Library Orientation Exchange (LOEX) Annual Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Library Orientation Exchange Annual Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 30-May 1