Sunday, May 14, 2006

homework, librarians

Basic information literacy skills: for any book, website, lecture, film, e-mail, or conversation, you've got to be able to determine if it's accurate, authoratative authoritative, current, objective, and what the scope of it is. At least that's what we like to teach our patrons around here: think critically about your sources.

Here's a spot of homework, then... does the following video (embedded from Google Video -- 9/11 Loose Change - 2nd Edition) meet these criteria?

3 comments:

Catonya said...

is the information contained within the documentary true or not true?

Anonymous said...

Catonya -- that's a good question. I don't have the answer.

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