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LOEX Conference 2015: Two Information Literacy Concepts Walk into a Bar: Further Reading

Further Reading

Association of College and Research Libraries. (2015, February 2). Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Retrieved from

Beavers, S. (2011). Getting political science in on the joke: Using The Daily Show and other comedy to teach politics. PS: Political Science and Politics, 44(2), 415-419.

Berk, R. (2009). Multimedia teaching with video clips: TV, movies, YouTube, and mtvU in the college classroom. International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning, 5(1), 1-21.Morrison, O. (2015). Waiting for the conservative Jon Stewart. The Atlantic. Retrieved from

Pew Research Center for the People & The Press. (2012). In changing news landscape, even television is vulnerable. Retrieved from

Stark, C. (2003). ‘What me, worry?’ Teaching media literacy through satire and mad magazine. The Clearing House, 76(6).

Steiner, S., & Madden, M. L. (2010). Integrating current media sources to improve student interest in the credit IL course. In C. Hollister (Ed.), Best Practices for Credit-bearing Information Literacy Courses. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 160-172.