Part 4: Advanced Technology, Ethics, and Professionalism
1. In 6-‐8 sentences, discuss your experience creating web pages. Provide the URL of a web page you’ve created yourself. You should have created the HTML yourself or at least have edited the raw HTML.
2. In 2-‐3 sentences, discuss your experience using widgets.
3. In 6-‐8 sentences, discuss your experience using mobile technology. Be sure to talk about your experience with texting, downloading apps, and using a mOPAC.
4. In 2-‐3 sentences, discuss your experience creating or managing a database.
5. In 6-‐8 sentences, discuss the purpose of the ALA Code of Ethics.
6. In 2-‐3 sentences, discuss an example of how libraries provide equitable access to information.
7. In 2-‐3 sentences, discuss why intellectual freedom is important in a library setting.
8. In 2-‐3 sentences, discuss why privacy and confidentiality is important in a library setting.
9. In 6-‐8 sentences, discuss what you do personally and professionally to ensure digital security.
10. In 2-‐3 sentences, discuss examples of human-‐computer interaction in libraries.
11. Plagiarism exam. As a graduate student, it’s essential that you understand both word-‐for-‐word and paraphrasing plagiarism. The university has developed a test to ensure that students understand how to recognize plagiarism. Although you can take the test as many times as necessary to pass, I highly recommend going through the tutorials and practice tests before attempting to take the test.
• Go to https://iuplagiarismtest.appspot.com/
• Enter your university email address when you register. Upon completion, you’ll see a screen like the one below. Create a screen capture of this “Confirmation Certificate” screen. Paste this into your PDF.