In this video, a team of students are working together to create a business plan--a formal document that describes the business goals of a start-up company, and provides a strategic map to show how it will attain those goals. What kinds of information do they need to write a business plan? Which information sources will provide them with the critical evidence
In this video, Prof Klaus Tochtermann, the Director of Leibniz Information Centre for Economics (ZBW) and Professor of Media Informatics of University of Kiel in German shares his view on the importance of becoming information literate.
In this video, a team of students have been collecting the various type of information that needed for the exhibition. One of them suggested to show some videos during the exhibition to the public and you found the TV programmes about the cinema development of Hong Kong that was broadcasted in television channels found are extremely useful for the exhibition.
In this video, a team of students arrive the university library and meet the Reference Librarian at a discussion room. The Reference Librarian firstly recaps the concepts of the AAOCC. Then, she mentions the additional criteria for evaluating the primary and secondary sources!
In this video, a team of students meet again with the Prof. Brown after finding various kinds of primary and secondary resources for the exhibition. Prof. Brown had taken a look at the resources that they have collected and commented that some of the primary resources. He reminded them to use a list of criteria to evaluate the resources the plan to use for the exhibition. Let's check out what are the criteria he suggested to use!