Sunday, January 08, 2006

Welcome

For several years, I have been presenting information about information fluency to science faculty, especially faculty who attend the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) meetings. I have crated this blog in order to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas about adding information fluency to physics curriculum.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Pat Viele, physics and astronomy librarian
Cornell University

4 Comments:

Blogger DC said...

Hi Pat, thanks for setting up this blog! DC at UNM

2:41 PM  
Anonymous JHP said...

One way to teach information fluency is to make it manageable and practical for students without overwhelming them with too much information. I teach five engineering information compentencies to my classes for freshmen. See http://www.englib.cornell.edu/
instruction/competencies.php
- Jill Powell, Cornell University, Engineering Library

12:39 PM  
Blogger Brian C. Gray said...

I look forward to the future posts and discussion that this blog generates. I do occassionally post physics-related topics to my blog, such as a recent post on the Report of the Joint APS-AAPT Task Force on Graduate Education in Physics .

7:33 AM  
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