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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.

 

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