Links of the week

Here is a round-up of news items about information literacy, e-learning and the Virtual Training Suite as picked out by @VTStutorials on Twitter.

  1. RT @MakeUseOf Create Your Own Personal Learning Environment Using SymbalooEDU http://muo.fm/bGeHfs
  2. RT: @HEAcademy: We’ve launched a major new guidance report on student plagiarism today. Read the full report here. http://tiny.cc/6zwq6
  3. Why do students use Wikipedia? In their own words … http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nOe26xY1zM from Project Information Literacy
  4. RT @resourceshelf Universities May be Failing to Sufficiently Teach Basic Research Skills http://web.resourceshelf.com/go/resourceblog/61846
  5. When did search become research? http://goo.gl/fb/j8LsR
  6. Reading: Digital Na(t)ives? Variation in Internet Skills and Uses among Members of the “Net Generation” http://bit.ly/aShNh5
  7. RT @universityboy How to read around a subject: http://t.co/DpdYCTY
  8. RT @mashable Twitter Increases Student Engagement http://on.mash.to/950ISI
  9. Students expectations of technology http://goo.gl/fb/6dHHi
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