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Tuesday, April 4 • 1:15pm - 2:00pm
S064 - Electronic Resource Containers: How accurately are students able to distinguish between the various packaging of online information?

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What does it mean to be format agnostic? Our IMLS-funded project studies the user experiences of primary through graduate students using simulated online search results. We seek to discover how students identify containers when selecting digital resources for academic use, and how their judgments influence their evaluation of online information.

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Amy Buhler

Science and Technology Librarian, University of Florida
My research interests are assessment of information seeking behaviors, library instruction, and marketing of library services.
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Tara Tobin Cataldo, MLS

Collections Coordinator, Marston Science Library, University of Florida
I am the Collections Coordinator at UF's Marston Science Library and subject specialist in the Biological and Life Sciences. I have been an academic librarian for 17 years and my research interests include information seeking behavior and usage patterns of library collections.

Rachael Elrod, MEd, MSLS

University of Florida

Randy Graff, PhD

University of Florida
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Ixchel M Faniel PhD

Research Scientist, OCLC
My interests include improving how people discover, access and use/reuse content. I'm currently examining how academics manage, share and reuse research data and librarians’ experiences designing and delivering supportive research data management programs. I'm also investigating how science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students from grade school to grad school identify and judge the credibility of digital resources.
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Joyce Valenza

Assistant Professor, Rutgers University
Joyce Valenza has been studying and writing about young people, technology and information fluency for more than twenty years. She is currently an Assistant Professor at Rutgers University’s Master of Information program. For ten years, Joyce wrote the techlife@school column for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Joyce has authored books on information skills for ALA Editions and Information Today and developed several video series for... Read More →

Tuesday April 4, 2017 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Salon A/B

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