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‘Why is information literacy training needed by/useful to (specify an audience)?’ Finalise the group presentation “For Sale. Baby Shoes. Never Worn”
What would a six word story about your IL training/session say?
Turn your 6 word story into images Effective communication practice in terms of impact What makes a presentation effective?
Read chapter 1
Which story do your remember more clearly (And why)? Effective communication practice in terms of retention Six word story http://www.storiesinflight.com/flickrpoet/index.php http://heathbrothers.com/downloads/MadetoStick_Chapter1.pdf Examples of effective communication practice Write down all the main points you can remember from each presentation.
Which presentation has generated greater audience recall and why? http://www.ilit.org/file/files/fileoutline2011.pdf Using a visual metaphor from a familiar example Identify the appropriate database to find the answer to a question
Evaluate information from an Internet source
Find solution for a 'real life' problem
Identify benefits to personal development
Identify social impact of information use
Distinguish between different searching facilities offered by Google IL frames Objectives - to assess:
Reach/uptake “How can we extend the reach of the training?”
Quality/impact "How satisfied are the audiences with the training?” Initial steps to audience analysis:
1) Picture an ideal member of your audience
2) Develop a persona (with the personal traits, lifestyle, aspirations, beliefs, needs and goals etc typical of a segment of the audience) 'The Ferraris go to Disney World' (Heath: 116) Audience analysis http://bit.ly/9Isl4Q