Listen Online: Dr. Alison Head on Modeling the Information-Seeking Process of College Students in the Digital Age
Dr. Alison Head from Project Information Literacy recently spoke at Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society. An audio file of her presentation is now available online.
Here’s the Blurb:
What is it like to be a college student in the digital age? Alison Head — lead researcher for the national study, Project Information Literacy, Berkman Fellow, and Research Scientist in University of Washington’s Information School — presents a working typology of the undergraduate information-seeking process, including students’ reliance on and use of Web sources.
Learn More About Dr. Head, the Presentation, and Project Information Literacy (with Link to a Recent Report) in this January 4, 2012 post.
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