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Don't diss it, quiz it
online resourceposted on 2006-08-30, 15:05 authored by Ruth Stubbings, Ginny FranklinGinny Franklin
Loughborough University Library and the Department of Politics International Relations & European Studies (PIRES) wished to enhance second year student information literacy skills, so that they were able to produce good quality research dissertations. To achieve this information literacy skills were embedded into the EUB608: Research Methods module which was delivered via the University's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), called Learn. The students’ understanding of the principles of information searching was assessed using computer aided assessment (CAA).
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CitationSTUBBINGS, R. and FRANKLIN, V., 2006. Don't diss it, quiz it. IN: Steede, H. and Hackett, J. (eds). 7th Annual Conference of the Subject Centre for Information and Computer Sciences. 29 - 31 August, Trinity College, Dublin. Newtownabbey : HE Academy, Subject Centre for ICS, pp. 69-74
NotesThis is a conference paper.