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Social Media Use in Higher Education: Key Areas to Consider for Educators
(Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 2011-12)
The use of social media in higher education classrooms is on the rise as faculty employ a variety of software tools and free web applications to enhance learning, communication, and engagement. Web 2.0 social software ...
Social Software in Academic Libraries for Internal Communication and Knowledge Management: A Comparison of Two Reference Blog Implementations
(Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 2010-04)
This article investigates the adoption of new innovations for internal reference desk communication and knowledge management in academic libraries, specifically the use of social software tools. Actual implementations of ...
Copyright and You: Copyright Instruction for College Students in the Digital Age
Educators are concerned about the ease with which new digital technologies permit intellectual property to be discovered, re-purposed and shared. What do our students know about copyright compliance and academic integrity ...
Awareness and Attitudes about Open Access Publishing: A Glance at Generational Differences
INTRODUCTION OA publishing is now solidly established as a publishing model. This study examines current faculty members understanding of and perceptions of OA publishing, focusing on demographic data that divide faculty ...
Scholarly Communications Competencies: Open Access Training for Librarians
Purpose The purpose of this article is to describe one example of an academic library using existing internal expertise and targeted events to provide training for liaison librarians in support of new scholarly communication ...