Category Archives: information literacy

(#393) Incompetent People Who Believe They Are Exceptional


They not only lack the ability to see superior talent and skills in others, they possess a blatant inability to recognize their own ineptitude and shortcomings. You know the type. Perhaps you work with one, or two, or more. You … Continue reading

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(#313) Information Literacy 2.0: WHO Is The WHO Of Your Information?


We need to pay more attention to the sources of our information and  we now need to question whether the sources are real people. A note to my blog followers: This week’s post marks the sixth anniversary for this blog. Thank you … Continue reading

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(#290) Life Fitness and Mental Discipline


How do you walk around in something you were born with and not know anything about it or not be aware of what affects it? Charles Bailey With December invariably come thoughts of New Year’s Resolutions—and just as inevitably, the … Continue reading

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(#88) Information Literacy: Not All Information is Created Equally


What we have to remember is that the explosion of information does not necessarily equate to an explosion of credible knowledge. Video recommendation for the week: Maybe it is the heat of the political campaign season. The ads, debates, robocalls, … Continue reading

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