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Services and resources to support teaching and research at RDC.

Topics & Examples

Outcome: Demonstrate that information creation, by both oneself and others, is a dynamic process made up of a series of intentional decisions.
Information Creation

Topics Include

Format Choice

mediums for presenting information; discipline standards (e.g. published paper, blog post, eportfolio, live performance)
Creation Tools use, and evaluation of tools, technology, and applications.
Communication Style discipline specific communication; audience and context appropriate content
Publishing discipline specific standards and expectations; impact of information dissemination format; informal publishing
Note: Outcomes and supporting material informed by and based on the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.