Monthly Archives: January 2013

Information by Badke summary

Many people think they know what information is, but do we really? In the book Research Strategies by Badke he informs us what information really is. Information is something that is reliable, something that is up to date and current, … Continue reading

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Evolution of Information

In chapter 1┬áBadke analyze the way that information has evolve from a “traditional sources”, which is based on knowledge of a society being passed down through a oral manner to a more saturated bombardment of information which can be found … Continue reading

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Blog 1: Badke-Ch.1 & 8

Information is everywhere, even in ourselves. Information is knowledge in any form that can be obtained by processing, instruction, studied, etc. Chapter 1 in William Badke’s information book, Research Strategies, states that information is traditional and it is limited due … Continue reading

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Badke’s theory about Information

What is information?? Information is knowledge obtained from investigation, study, or instruction. Information supposed to inform and it has to reliable, relevant, and current and so on. In ancient times the information used to pass from generation to generation orally … Continue reading

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Bakhe

In chapter one Bakhe discusses the history of information and how it transitioned from traditional, to printing press, and then to what we know now as the WWW. As the knowledge spectrum broadens the more enlightened the world became but … Continue reading

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Blog 1 Chapters 1 and 8

The key to utilizing the troves of information available to the average researcher is the ability to discern what is relevant, accurate, and objective. Since the creation of the printed book and even the more recent emergence of the digital … Continue reading

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Notes from today, and reading/blogging assignments for Thursday

hi everyone, Thanks for a great first class meeting. If you did not complete and return the sign-in sheet, please do so on Thursday. On Thursday we’ll meet in our usual classroom, A543. We’ll cover a brief history of media … Continue reading

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Bahke

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Welcome LIB 1201 students!

If you’ve found the course site already, congratulations, and welcome to the Spring 2013 semester. This semester we’re using┬áResearch Strategies by William Badke, 4th edition. It will be for sale in the college bookstore and is widely available second-hand for … Continue reading

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