1. 5th International Plagiarism Conference: Dr Tara Brabazon

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    Dr Tara Brabazon considers the role of technology in plagiarism prevention and offers ten strategies to achieve authentic work from students.

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    • Looking for subject specific publications in EBSCOhost and ProQuest Central

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      In this 'Research Tip', you will learn how to search for Subject specific publications in EBSCOhost & ProQuest Central.

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      • Peer-reviewed articles and primary research

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        We will show you how to locate scholarly peer reviewed articles and some strategies for finding primary or original research articles for Education.

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        • In the Stacks: Interviews About Information Literacy

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          Carolyn Guzski, Assistant Professor of Musicology, sits down with Lisa Forrest, Public Relations & Outreach Librarian, to talk about Information Literacy, libraries, and her own ground breaking research.

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          • Writing your thesis

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            Writing your thesis. How to get inspired. This video is part of a non-commercial webcourse information literacy for thesis-students of the VU University Amsterdam. The video is made by the VU Library and Dr. M.H.P. Kleijnen (Associate Professor - Marketing).

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            • Ideas need protection

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              This video is part of a non-commercial webcourse information literacy for thesis-students of the VU University Amsterdam. The webcourse and video is made by the VU Library and Prof. Dr. L.J. de Vries (Chairman Examination Board).

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              • Becoming Who I Am

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                After spending an unsuccessful first year at a four-year college, a student finds a fresh start at Shoreline Community College. She discovers that the library provides a gateway to the rest of college. Through the library she is able to engage with both the social and academic life of the college and she discovers how to ‘be a student.’ Shoreline Community College gives her the opportunity to restart her college career and puts her on a path for future success at University and in her life beyond college.

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                • Philomina Aziakpono

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                  information literacy

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                  • Consider the Source: What Clown are You Citing?

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                    • Tagxedo

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                      In order to help students examine history through the Persia+GT lens in social studies, we compiled a student-generated list of keywords for each of the following: Politics Economics Religion Social Intellectual Aesthetic Geography Technology We posted an easel in the library for two weeks and asked students to contribute to a growing list of words for each category. The we posted a draft of the list on Google Docs, and invited students to edit. We sent the edited version to faculty for final contributions and then created interactive word clouds for each. The word clouds now reside on our instructional portal (Blogger). Now, when students complain that "There is no information about religion for the Shinto!" we direct them to the word cloud for religion so they can use alternative search terms.

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