The new digital scholar : exploring and enriching the research and writing practices of NextGen students

by McClure, Randall; Purdy, James P
TitleThe new digital scholar : exploring and enriching the research and writing practices of NextGen students
Item typeBook
Author(s)
  • McClure, Randall
  • Purdy, James P
SeriesASIST monograph series
ISBN
  • 9781573874755
  • 1573874752
LanguageEnglish
URLLink to original record
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Introduction: understanding the NextGen researcher / Randall McClure and James P. Purdy -- Min(d)ing the gap: research on the information behaviors of NextGen students / Randall McClure -- The research paper project in the undergraduate writing course / Karen Kaiser Lee -- Professional statements and collaborations to support the new digital scholar / John Eliason and Kelly O'Brien Jenks -- Fighting for attention: making space for deep learning / Brian Ballentine -- Sentence-mining: uncovering the amount of reading and reading comprehension in college writers' researched writing / Sandra Jamieson and Rebecca Moore Howard -- Scholarliness as other: how students explain their research-writing behaviors / James P. Purdy -- Can I Google that? Research strategies of undergraduate students / Mary Lourdes Silva -- Encountering library databases: NextGen students' strategies for reconciling personal topics and academic scholarship / Ruth Mirtz -- Undergraduate research as collaborative knowledge work / Christa B. Teston and Brian J. McNely -- Re-envisioning research: alternative approaches to engaging NextGen students / Rachel A. Milloy -- Embracing a new world of research / David Bailey -- NextGen students and undergraduate ethnography: the challenges of studying communities born digital / Neil P. Baird -- Teaching researching in the digital age: an information literacy perspective on the new digital scholar / Barry M. Maid and Barbara J. D'Angelo -- Teaching and assessing research strategies in the digital age: collaboration is the key / Thomas Peele, Melissa Keith, and Sara Seely -- Remixing instruction in information literacy / Janice R. Walker and Kami Cox.
Physical descriptionxv, 400 pages ; 24 cm.

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