digital disorganization; information literacy; online class design
Traditional organizational schemes utilized for class design and for the organization of research materials means little to students comfortable with the disorganized internet environment. This article examines how constructivist principles and the disorganization of the internet was utilized to design a unique online information literacy course.
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Hight, M. (2010). Unlearn What You Have Learned: Digital Disorganization and Information Literacy Instruction. Communications in Information Literacy, 4 (1), 12-16. https://doi.org/10.15760/comminfolit.2010.4.1.85