Links of the week

Posted August 13th, 2010 by Paul Ayres

Here is a round-up of news items about information literacy, e-learning and the Virtual Training Suite as picked out by @VTStutorials on Twitter.

  1. Books vs. e-books: tale of the tape http://knowbodies.blogspot.com/2010/08/books-vs-e-books.html does one have to win?
  2. RT: @rscsam: RT @chris_hall: Librarians fight back against publishers http://tiny.cc/oxwqw propose free & open index to academic literature
  3. Anatomy of a scholarly article http://goo.gl/fb/h98M6
  4. Explore the Roadmap to Information Literacy by @CapellaU at http://www.capella.edu/interactivemedia/informationLiteracy/index.aspx
  5. Studywell resources from QUT in Australia http://www.studywell.library.qut.edu.au/ covers #infolit & general student experience
  6. RT @teachlearn HE funding mapped: HEFCE English University Funding 2009-10 http://bit.ly/a3jPRb
  7. Library Staff Report Their Use of Online Tools http://tinyurl.com/2vjybk6 less email, more social networks 
  8. RT: @JorumTeam: See the six winners in the Jorum Learning and Teaching Competition: www.tinyurl.com/jorumcompwinners #jorumcomp10 #ukoer
  9. Google’s count of 130 million books is probably bunk http://bit.ly/amt8lr
  10. Video tutorials on evaluating websites http://goo.gl/fb/FoMCf
  11. RT: @jiscdigital: “Why metadata REALLY matters for the future of e-books” http://bit.ly/axMRV4
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