I designed this module help learners understand how academics sustain discourse through publication of research, and how citations and attribution enable the scholarly conversations to move forward through time. The intended audience for this module are undergraduate college students. This module can be integrated into an instructor’s course, or be used as a stand alone teaching tool. Below is the introductory video, one of two videos, designed for the module.
This project takes the threshold concept, “Scholarship as Conversation”, from the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Framework for Information Literacy and make a usable praxis-based online module. Part of the project was developing a data visualization of researcher institutions that unpack how scholars communicate through publication on a global scale. Data visualization below: