Rose Petralia

 

 


 

Rose Petralia is an instruction librarian at Florida Institute of Technology’s Evans Library, where she teaches Research Sources and Systems, an undergraduate information literacy course. Rose leverages her background in teaching and technical writing to make information literacy a more interesting endeavor than most students anticipate. She recently co-authored "Customizing the for-credit information literacy course for STEM majors," a chapter in Smallwood and Gubnitskaia's How to STEM: Science, technology, engineering, and math education in libraries (2014 from Scarecrow Press).

With a focus on student success, Florida Institute of Technology’s mission is to provide high-quality education to a culturally diverse student body in order to prepare students for entering the global workforce, seeking higher-education opportunities, and serving within their communities. The university also seeks to expand knowledge through basic and applied research and to serve the diverse economic, cultural, and societal needs of our local, state, national, and international constituencies.

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Chances are, if you are researching MOOCs, you already know how to find certain information on the internet. This six-week, instructor-led course leverages what you already know about finding information to help you understand bibliographic research concepts from a familiar perspective.

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