Mackenzie Brooks // email@example.com
Assistant Professor & Digital Humanities Librarian // English Department Liaison
Fall Academy, August 26, 2015
Knowledge now lives not just in libraries and museums and academic journals. It lives not just in the skulls of individuals. Our skulls and our institutions are simply not big enough to contain knowledge. Knowledge is now a property of the network, and the network embraces businesses, governments, media, museums, curated collections, and minds in communication.
Weinberger, David. Too Big to Know : Rethinking Knowledge Now that the Facts Aren't the Facts, Experts are Everywhere, and the Smartest Person in the Room is the Room. New York: Basic Books, 2014.
1. Formulating effective and efficient online searches
2. Identifying, selecting, and locating sources
3. Reading, comprehending, and summarizing materials
4. Figuring out faculty’s expectations for research assignments
Head, Alison J. "Project Information Literacy Research Report: Learning the Ropes.” Project Information Literacy Research Report, December 4, 2013.
You have to tell Search Everything that you know what you're looking for.