Instructing College Students on the Ethics of Information Use at the Reference Desk: A Guide and Literature Review
|Keywords:||ethics, reference librarians, intellectual property|
|Citation:||Datig, Ilka, and Beth Russell. 2014. “Instructing College Students on the Ethics of Information Use at the Reference Desk: A Guide and Literature Review.” The Reference Librarian 55 (3): 234–46.|
|Abstract:||As educators and members of the academic community, reference librarians should take a proactive stance towards instructing students on the ethics of information use. The authors summarize best practices from the existing library literature, consider the context of ethical information use from a global perspective, and make an argument for the role of librarians. Our goal is to provide a guide for librarians attempting to successfully integrate ethical issues such as intellectual property and academic integrity into their reference instruction.|
|Appears in Collections:||Beth Russell's Collection|
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