Confessions of a librarian or: How i learned to stop worrying and love Google
|Confessions of a librarian or: How i learned to stop worrying and love Google|
|Author(s)||Gunnels C.B., Sisson A.|
|Published in||Community and Junior College Libraries|
|Keyword(s)||Critical thinking, Google, Information literacy, Social networking, Wikipedia|
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Confessions of a librarian or: How i learned to stop worrying and love Google is a 2009 journal article written in English by Gunnels C.B., Sisson A. and published in Community and Junior College Libraries.
Have you ever stopped to think about life before Google? We will make the argument that Google is the first manifestation of Web 2.0, of the power and promise of social networking and the ubiquitous wiki. We will discuss the positive influence of Google and how Google and other social networking tools afford librarians leading-edge technologies and new opportunities to teach information literacy. Finally, we will include a top seven list of googlesque tools that no librarian should be without.
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