Invited Essays about Metaliteracy
All About Mentoring
All About Mentoring - Winter 2015 - Issue 46
Tom Mackey, Michele Forte and Nicola Allain, Empire State College; Trudi Jacobson and Jenna Pitera, University at Albany
In addition to my metaliteracy scholarship, I published a theoretical essay about open learning for First Monday entitled Transparency as a Catalyst for Interaction and Participation in Open Learning Environments and a much earlier essay for Rhizomes based on my dissertation research entitled Etymology of Code: Distance, Juxtaposition, and Fictive Space.
Earlier in my career, I also collaborated with Jinwon Ho on research that examined learners as producers in the information science classroom, leading to the peer-reviewed articles: Implementing a convergent model for information literacy: combining research and web literacy, and Exploring the Relationships between Web Usability and Students' Perceived Learning in Web-Based Multimedia (WBMM) Tutorials.
In addition to several peer-reviewed articles, my research with Trudi Jacobson included books on faculty-librarian collaboration, such as Teaching Information Literacy Online and Collaborative Information Literacy Assessments.