From the Introduction

Head, A. J. (2012). Learning curve: How college graduates solve information problems once they join the workplace. Seattle, University of Washington Information School. https://projectinfolit.org/pubs/workplace-study/pil_workplace-study_2012-10-16.pdf

From Chapter What is Critical Thinking?

AAC&U. (2017). Value Rubrics Critical Thinking. AAC&U. https://www.aacu.org/initiatives/value-initiative/value-rubrics/value-rubrics-creative-thinking

Ascione, l. (2020). Higher Ed must help students improve critical thinking skills. eCampus News. https://www.ecampusnews.com/2019/01/30/higher-ed-must-help-students-improve-critical-thinking-skills/

From Chapter Sources and Information Needs

Bean, J. C. (2011). Engaging ideas: The professor’s guide to integrating writing, critical thinking, and active learning in the classroom. Wiley.

Bizup, J. (2008).  BEAM: A rhetorical vocabulary for teaching research-based writing. Rhetoric Review, 27(1), 72-86. https://doi.org/10.1080/07350190701738858

Blehert, Hicks, et. al. (2009). Bat White-Nose Syndrome: An Emerging Fungal Pathogen? Science323(5911), 227–227. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1163874

M. Keith Booker. (2011). Manufacturing Taste: The Culture Industry, Children’s Culture, and the Globalization of American Values. ABC-CLIO.

Xin Ge, Gerald Häubl, & Terry Elrod. (2012). What to Say When: Influencing Consumer Choice by Delaying the Presentation of Favorable Information. The Journal of Consumer Research38(6), 1004–1021. https://doi.org/10.1086/661937

Khandekar. (2012). Screening and public health strategies for diabetic retinopathy in the Eastern Mediterranean Region. Middle East African Journal of Ophthalmology19(2), 178–184. https://doi.org/10.4103/0974-9233.95245

Lesy, M. (2007). Visual Literacy. Journal of American History, 94(1), 143-153.

Jamieson, S. & Howard, R.M. (2011). “Unraveling the Citation Trail,” Project Information Literacy Smart Talk. https://projectinfolit.org/smart-talk-interviews/unraveling-the-citation-trail/

From Chapters including Components of an Argument

Booth, W.C., Colomb, G.G., Williams, J.M., Bizup, Joseph & Fitzgerald, W.T. (2016). The Craft of Research (4th ed.).  The University of Chicago Press.

From the Chapter including Synthesis of Your Own Ideas

Imel, S. (2011) Writing a literature review in Rocco, T. et al. Eds. The Handbook of Scholarly Writing and Publishing (pp. 145-160). Jossey-Bass

From the Data as Sources section

Erway, R. (2013). Starting the conversation: University-wide research data management policy. OCLC Research. http://www.oclc.org/content/dam/research/publications/library/2013/2013-08.pdf

From the People as Sources section

Head, A. J. (2012). Learning curve: How college graduates solve information problems once they join the workplace. Seattle, University of Washington Information School. https://projectinfolit.org/pubs/workplace-study/pil_workplace-study_2012-10-16.pdf

Association of Research & College Libraries.=. (2015). Framework for information literacy for higher education. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/ilframework

From Evaluating Resources

TED. (n.d.). TED: Ideas with spreading. https://www.ted.com/

factchecked.org. (2020). Tools of the Trade. A Process for Avoiding Deception. Retrieved from the Wayback Machine http://www.annenbergclassroom.org/page/tools-of-the-trade

From Track down the Original Content

Eisenberg, M. & Head, A.J. (2010). Truth be Told” How college students evaluate and use information in the digital age. Project Information Literacy Institute. https://projectinfolit.org/pubs/evaluating-information-study/pil_evaluating-information_2010-11-01.pdf

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