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Our Information Literacy Heritage: From Evolution to Revolution
(Canadian Library Association,, 2009)
The article discusses the complexities of information literacy. It is stated that to be information literate, one must know when information is needed, where to find it, how it works, and how to use it. It also mentions ...
The Changing Role of IB Librarians in the Age of Technology (keynote speech)
Four-day workshop sessions included the changing role of librarians, techniques for searching the Web (search engines, strategies, evaluation techniques), resource-based learning, designing Web assignments, creation of ...
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.
Chapter 9: Finding and citing sources
(Nelson, Toronto, 2005)
Inspired Teachers: Providing a classroom context for information literacy theory and practice.
(Association of College and Research Libraries., Chicago, IL, 2006)
Dialogic mapping: Evolving reference into an instructional support for graduate research.
(Rowman and Littlefield., Lanham, MD, 2015)
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