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Imposex still evident in eastern Australia 10 years after tributyltin restrictions.
A survey of imposex in Thais orbita (Neogastropoda) along the New South Wales (NSW) coast, Australia, found imposex was still widespread 10 years after a partial ban on tributyltin (TBT) based antifouling paints, but a general decline in imposex frequency was revealed at open coast sites. Expand
Critical Thinking: Implications for Instruction.
The critical thinking movement is now at the forefront of educational reform in the United States and elsewhere. This major initiative seeks to transform education in all disciplines and at allExpand
First Thoughts on Implementing the Framework for Information Literacy.
At this early stage of implementing the Framework, this article suggests five curricular and instructional structures that can be thought of as a continuum of deepened engagement with its core ideas. Expand
Student Engagement and Information Literacy
Moving Forward: A Discussion on the Revision of the ACRL Information Literacy Standards for Higher Education
Abstract: The first PA Forward Information Literacy Summit was held in State College at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park campus, on Wednesday, July 24, 2013. This summit broughtExpand
An assessment of animal repellents in the management of vehicle-macropod collisions in New South Wales
Collisions between animals and motor vehicles are frequent and often result in animal mortality. In Australia, macropods are regular victims of these collisions. This has serious implications forExpand
Informing and Extending the Draft ACRL Information Literacy Framework for Higher Education: An Overview and Avenues for Research
The Framework must recognize that students are now content creators, and if students are able to find information that they perceive meets many of their requirements with circumscribed searching abilities, there is no driving need for them to expend time and effort to improve those abilities. Expand