New Report Has Surprising Stats About Information Literacy Shifts Over Past 24 Months
It’s been two years since we released our Trends in Information Literacy infographic, one of our most popular downloads. We recently surveyed 1,200 librarians and over 10,000 students to see how the information landscape has changed over the past two years. Thousands of participants answered questions about:
- Student understanding of website evaluation and information synthesis
- Current information literacy instructional methods
- Frequency of plagiarism
What did we find? Some of the statistics were significant, and the percentages may surprise you. We compiled the preliminary findings into a free report. This video features some highlights from the survey:
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Want to learn all the details about shifts in the information literacy landscape and student research habits between 2012 and 2014? Download the report today! Stay tuned in the cominng months for more analysis and findings from the extensive data we collected. Emily Gover is the information literacy librarian for EasyBib and ResearchReady. Recently, she made the wise choice to start rewatching Scrubs from the very beginning, and thinks you should, too. You can find her on Twitter, @Emily_EasyBib, or posting news you can use at the EasyBib Librarians Facebook page.