Friday, May 08, 2009

We have a wiki!

I created a wiki for us at (hence the widget in my previous blog post). There isn't much there yet, but I am hoping that some (or all!) of you will take a look and help to edit the documents -- or post some of your own that might be useful for our project(s).

My sabbatical semester is at an end, but the project is not. The Georgia Conference on Information Literacy now includes a link to the Invitation to Participate in the LILAC Project on its home page, and we will have a scheduled session at the conference on Friday, September 25, where we can meet to discuss plans and, hopefully, invite other interested people to join us. If you can make it to the conference, I hope you will join us! If not, your participation in the blog and the wiki are just as important.

I will be posting a sample video of the "research aloud" protocol I plan on using to the Wiki site (as soon as "the powers that be" give me access to the streaming server). A former student of mine agreed to "pretend" to be a research participant for the video and given me permission so we/I can also use clips from it in presentations, or discuss it in journal articles, presentations, or whatever. I'll let you know when the video is available.

In the meantime, I hope that you all are winding down from classes, and I hope you have a wonderful--and productive--summer! I'll try to post more soon--and I hope YOU all will, too!

1 comment:

  1. Hi! I'm behind... Any ideas about linking the LILAC survey with some other surveys - like... anything going on a Project Information Literacy that could be useful?