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Author Riedling, Ann Marlow, 1952-
Title Learning to learn : a guide to becoming information literate in the 21st century / Ann Marlow Riedling.
Imprint New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers, c2006.
Edition 2nd ed.
Book Jacket
 Main Collection  ZA3075 .R54 2006    AVAILABLE


Call # ZA3075 .R54 2006
Phys. Description xix, 148 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents What does it mean to be information literate? -- I am ready to research : where do I start? -- How do I find the information I need? -- How can the library (and virtual library) help me? -- There is so much information on the internet : where do I begin? -- How do I know if what I read is true? -- What should I know about plagiarism and copyright? -- How do I give credit to the creator of the information I read? -- Now that I've finished the research, how do I write the paper?
Summary Presents a practical guide that offers students the basics of information literacy and research as well as effective Internet searching skills.
Subject Information literacy.
Information literacy -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Research -- Methodology.
Research -- Methodology -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Electronic information resource searching.
Electronic information resource searching -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Report writing.
Report writing -- Problems, exercises, etc.
ISBN 1555705561 (alk. paper)
9781555705565 (alk. paper)