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  • Information Literacy for PhD Students
  • By: Tara Brabazon
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The University of Google. ChatGPT. Twitter pile-ons. How do we manage chaos and crises, confusion and catastrophes? How do we understand the difference between the urgent and important, the trivial and significant?

Information literacy is about as attractive as teeth extraction. However, for PhD students and citizens more generally, information literacy enables us to sift and sort knowledge from opinion, and expertise from a vibe.

Know What You Do Not Know: Information Literacy for PhD Students provides a context around the folk devils of our time: plagiarism, self-plagiarism, influencers and populists. Most importantly, Know What You Do Not Know demonstrates how to take notes, how to reference with clarity, and how to build an opinion into a referenced and considered argument.

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I am a fan of everything Tara Brabazon. I’m just completing the second year of my PhD and this book couldn’t have come at a better time.

Tara is knowledgeable, supportive, and a wealth of everything you need to succeed at academic success (check out her other resources).

This book is fabulous! Thank you Tara.

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A necessary read for any student

This book is highly accessible and clearly narrated with authority and at times humour. I found the material very relevant to my needs and will be coming back to it again and again.

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Amazing, insightful a must for PhD students!

A truly amazing book. The level of detail provides many opportunities to think deeply and apply the knowledge. The narration is excellent almost as if the author is in the room speaking directly with you. The contents provide practical guidance for any PhD, Masters students or academics. Supervisors would also benefit from this book so they can learn how to be an effective supervisor.

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