Writing and Publishing in a Blended Learning Environment to Develop Students’ Scholarly Digital Ethos

  title={Writing and Publishing in a Blended Learning Environment to Develop Students’ Scholarly Digital Ethos},
  author={Jay Fogleman and Mona Niedbala and Francesca Bedell},
  journal={Behavioral \& Social Sciences Librarian},
  pages={71 - 85}
How do educators leverage students’ fluency with ubiquitous information and communication sources to foster a scholarly digital ethos? This article describes a blended learning environment designed to engage first-year students in 21st-century emerging forms of scholarship and publication. The authors describe an effort to reverse the millennials’ passive attitude and practices when conducting online research, described in previous studies, into a scholarly digital ethos characterized by the… 

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