Today’s #AntiAbleistComposition feature is the recently published essay “Embracing Wildcard Sources: Information Literacy in the Age of Internet Health” by Sarah Ann Singer. The essay is published as part of the 82nd volume and second issue of the College English journal.
Sarah Ann Singer is an assistant professor at University of Central Florida, where she teaches courses in the Technical Communication program. Her research investigates applied scientific and medical communication, digital media, and the medical/health humanities, and her work has appeared in Technical Communication Quarterly, Peitho, and Journal of Medical Humanities. She is working on a book about patient empowerment rhetoric and contested illnesses.
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Really excited about ‘Wildcard Sources’.
I try to read things like the Cochrane Collaboration and Science-Based Medicine especially when outside my fields.
AASPIRE is good too.
Media and information literacy are *imperative*. My younger self cut my teeth on marketing and on advertising.
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