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Metaliteracy MOOC Plenary

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by Thomas Mackey on 10 October 2013

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Transcript of Metaliteracy MOOC Plenary

Tom Mackey and Trudi Jacobson
Metaliteracy Learning Collaborative
Trudi Jacobson Tom Mackey

Emer O’Keefe, Michele Forte, Mark McBride,
Michael Daly, Jenna Hecker,
and Kathleen Stone
Metaliteracy.org
Metaliteracy Blog
Badgestack
Metaliteracy
Badges
Metaliteracy Learning Objectives
Developed the original 7 objectives into 4 domains with 4 goals and expanded objectives
What is Metaliteracy?
Promotes critical thinking and collaboration
Comprehensive framework to participate in social media and online communities
Unified construct that supports the acquisition, production, and sharing of knowledge in collaborative on-line communities.
Challenges traditional skills-based approaches to information literacy
Recognizes related literacy types and incorporates emerging technologies

(Mackey and Jacobson, 2011, pp. 62-63)
Carol Yeager, Tor Loney, Jenna Hecker
Nicola Marae Allain, and Retsam Zhang

Michele Forte, Mark McBride,
Mike Daly, and Kathleen Stone


Take out your cell phone,
iPad, laptop
Reflect on ideas
via
Facebook, Twitter, etc.
#metaliteracy

What is metaliteracy?

What is a
Metaliterate Learner?
UUNL300x (2 credit)
UUNL205x (1 credit)
Undergraduate (4 credit)
Graduate (3 credit)
MOOC Metacognitive
Analysis
MOOC
TALK

UUNL300X:
Literacies for Lifelong Learning
Trudi Jacobson
University Libraries, UAlbany
UUNL205: Information Literacy
Tor Loney and Jenna Hecker
University Libraries, UAlbany
Undergraduate Guided Independent Study
Tom Mackey and Carol Yeager
Empire State College
Center for Distance Learning

MOOC Metacognitive Analysis
Nicola Marae Allain
Empire State College,
School for Graduate Studies
1. Understand Format Type and Delivery Mode
2. Evaluate User Feedback as Active Researcher
3. Create a Context for User-generated Information
4. Evaluate Dynamic Content Critically
5. Produce Original Content in Multiple Media Formats
6. Understand Personal Privacy, Information Ethics and Intellectual Property Issues
7. Share Information in Participatory Environments
(Mackey & Jacobson, 2011, 70-76)

Upcoming MOOC Talks

The Metacognitive Dimension of Metaliteracy
with Char Booth, Tom Mackey, and Trudi Jacobson

Openness and Metaliteracy
with Mark McBride and Michele Forte

A Global Perspective on Metaliteracy
with Alton Grizzle and Paul Prinsloo

Connecting Visual Literacy to Metaliteracy
with R. Brian Stone

Media and News Literacy
with John Delano and Rex Smith

Digital Storytelling and Metaliteracy
with Bryan Alexander and Nicola Allain

Transliteracy and Technobiophilia
with Michele Forte and Sue Thomas

STEMx and Metaliteracy
with Betty Hurley-Dasgupta and HP Academy Fellows

Reflection

What is metaliteracy?

How is metaliteracy
different from
Information Literacy?
Reflection

What is a metaliterate learner?

Do you identify with any of these metaliterate roles?

How might your experience with these roles change by the end of this MOOC?

Reflection

What are your expectations for the MOOC as it moves forward?

Questions for us?
Four Expanded Metaliteracy Goals

1. Evaluate content critically, including dynamic, online content that changes and evolves, such as article preprints, blogs, and wikis

2. Understand personal privacy, information ethics, and intellectual property issues in changing technology environments

3. Share information and collaborate in a variety of participatory environments

4. Demonstrate ability to connect learning and research strategies with lifelong learning processes and personal, academic, and professional goals (http://metaliteracy.org/learning-objectives/ )

Thanks to Roger Lipera
for the metaliteracy logo, figures, and badges!
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