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New on LLRX – Student Research Resources on the Internet 2016

Via Student Research Resources on the Internet 2016Marcus Zillman’s comprehensive, actionable guide provides links to hundreds of resources that assist students of all ages to leverage free and low cost resources to facilitate more efficient, effective learning – either as an individual, as part of a team, in a classroom, or as a member of a project oriented group. Whether you are seeking best practices for individual or team study – including guides, apps, wikis, tutorials, links to free courses and academic topical and subject guides, or how to locate e-text books and how to correctly create bibliographies and citations, this guide has all this information and so much more. If you are a student, an educator, a librarian or a researcher, these resources, many of which are from colleges, universities, libraries and schools, will expand your horizons and support your effort to be a creative, innovative, successful learner.

New on LLRX – Creating Information Literacy and a critical guide for using Wikipedia

Via LLRX Creating the Information Literate Warrior: Step 6 to Information Literacy – In his part of her ongoing series, Lorette Weldon concentrates on successful methods for developing needed tools for kids’ study through demonstrations to show them how to find the information on their own. Wikipedia and Information Literacy: Step 5 to Information LiteracyContinue Reading

EC – Businesses raise their internet profile by using social media

“This article presents recent statistics on the use of social media by enterprises in the European Union (EU) as part of their strategy for integrating information and communication technologies (ICT) in their business. Social media refer to internet based applications such as, for instance, social networks, blogs, multimedia content-sharing sites and wikis. In principle, enterprises use social media for image buildingContinue Reading

New York Review of Books – The fast pace of change on the information superhighway

Are We Puppets in a Wired World? – Sue Halpern highlights new books on a range of issues including privacy, big data, social media and predictive analysis in relationship to e-commerce. “In the first five years of the new millennium, Internet use grew 160 percent; by 2005 there were nearly a billion people on the Internet. By 2005,Continue Reading

Commentary – The Decline of Wikipedia

Tom Simonite – MIT Technology Review: “The sixth most widely used website in the world is not run anything like the others in the top 10. It is not operated by a sophisticated corporation but by a leaderless collection of volunteers who generally work under pseudonyms and habitually bicker with each other. It rarely triesContinue Reading

OpenStreetMap -The Free Wiki World Map

Wikimedia – “Previous versions of our application used Google Maps for the nearby view. This has now been replaced with OpenStreetMap – an open and free source of Map Data that has been referred to as ‘Wikipedia for Maps.’ This closely aligns with our goal of making knowledge available in a free and open mannerContinue Reading

GSA's Offers Info and Links to Free Social Media Applications for Government Agencies

Via GSA’s “Social media apps make it easier to create and distribute content and discuss the things we care about and help us get the job done. Social media includes various online technology tools that enable people to communicate easily and share information. Social media includes text, audio, video, images, podcasts, and other multimediaContinue Reading

National Archives Announces Launch of New "Our Archives" Wiki

“The National Archives announces the launch today of its first public wiki called “Our Archives” on Wikispaces located at: “Our Archives” provides a collaborative space for members of the public, researchers, and staff to share knowledge about National Archives records, resources and research. The wiki is an opportunity for researchers, historians, archivists, and citizenContinue Reading

Leaks of National Security Documents to Media Focus of Government Prosecution

Follow up to New Yorker: Julian Assange and WikiLeak’s mission for total transparency news from two sources on converging aspects of leaking national security data via MSM and alternative news outlets. “Pentagon investigators are trying to determine the whereabouts of the Australian-born founder of the secretive website Wikileaks for fear that he may be aboutContinue Reading

New Yorker: Julian Assange and WikiLeak's mission for total transparency

No Secrets, by Raffi Khatchadourian: “[Julian Paul] Assange is an international trafficker, of sorts. He and his colleagues collect documents and imagery that governments and other institutions regard as confidential and publish them on a Web site called Since it went online, three and a half years ago, the site has published an extensiveContinue Reading

The Application Usage and Risk Report – An Analysis of End User Application Trends in the Enterprise

The Application Usage and Risk Report – An Analysis of End User Application Trends in the Enterprise, Fall Edition 2009, Palo Alto Networks: “Social networking, blogging/microblogging, cloud-based productivity and collaborative applications are just a few of the applications that are making the cross over from personal to corporate use as a means of improving productivity.Continue Reading

DoD Web 2.0 Guidance Forum

DoD Web 2.0 Guidance Forum – Value of Web 2.0 Capabilities: “In examining how the Department of Defense should take maximal advantage of Web 2.0 capabilities (including social networking services, social media, wikis, blogs, RSS feeds, etc.), we are looking at how Web 2.0 capabilities can be used to improve current and future Department operations.Continue Reading