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iLibrarians Teach iStudents to Manage Their Internal and External Information Worlds


Nov 16, 2013 12:00am


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Description

According to Miller's Law, humans can keep between 5 and 9 sequenced things in mind at a time. Available information expands exponentially, but human brains do not. By externalizing information, getting it out of their heads and into explicit form, learners can manage its flow, remember what is important, create new ideas, and share information with others. iLibrarians help iStudents meet this challenge of managing internal and external information worlds.

Speaker(s):

  • Patricia Antrim, Coordinator of Library Science, University of Central Missouri
  • Rene Burress, Assistant Professor, University of Central Missouri
  • Jennifer Robins, Associate Professor, University of Central Missouri

Credits

  • 1.00 - Contact Hours

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