Computer literacy is a familiarity and fluency with computers and there numerous applications to life today, which include various aspects of word processing, the internet and online behavior, and others.
This term denotes a familiarity and fluency at obtaining, parsing, and even analyzing information from myriad sources. Doing so requires a learned skill much like reading, enabling people to know what information is apposite.
IT literacy is akin to computer literacy in that the same sort of familiarity that latter requires with computers is extended in functionality to other aspects of information technology, which include mobile devices, cloud applications, sensor or machine-generated devices and data, as well as the architecture and infrastructure required to utilize information technology.
Watch the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWzigkpR7yg and explain
a. Define is the term that applies to understanding just what it is one is looking for, and connotes the appropriate parameters through search techniques to find it.
b. Inquire This is the second term in the DISCOVERY acronym which relates to using a variety of sources — not merely commercial ones.
c. Search refers to search engines, and implies that people should use different search engines and not just you-know-who.
d. Collect This term refers to the collection and amassing of website for future reference.
e. Organize This term refers to information organization, which should be done based on factors that help one the most.
f. Verify refers to the process of looking for bias and salient information about authors that influences their perspectives.
g. Express This term refers to the expression of the results of one’s searching for information, generally in the form of academic documents.
h. Reflect This term refers to evaluating how one’s research process worked, and determining if objectives were achieved or if future work was needed.
3. What are some ethical and/or legal considerations of “information literacy”? http://www.mtu.edu/library/instruction/information-literacy/
4. The ethical and legal considerations for information literacy primarily consist of not plagiarizing information. Doing so requires issuing proper citation for information. In an age in which the term intellectual property has true meaning, it is worthwhile to note that certain information does belong to people. Although they might post it on a website, there are very real ramifications for simply copying it and writing about it without acknowledging the original source of that information. Such ramifications can include criminal measures such as…