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Information Literacy for Teaching and Learning
Transcript of Information Literacy for Teaching and Learning
Coordinator of Library Instruction
Information Literacy for Teaching & Learning
What is Information Literacy?
mean to you?
Assessing Info Lit Skills
How to Incorporate Information Literacy
Why Incorporate Information Literacy?
University Assessment Measures
Alternative Research Assignments
Let's Break it Down ...
Find Information Appropriate to a Need
Critically Evaluate and Incorporate Information
Utilize Appropriate Information Technologies
Ethically Use Information
In Other Words...
Important Aspects of Information Literacy
Addressing Research Frustrations
Separate / Compartmentalized Model
Information literacy skills taught in stand-alone model
Use of basic tutorials for entry-level skills
Integrated / Distributed Model
Core skills taught in disciplines & co-curricular activities
Concepts blended into curriculum
Faculty & librarian partnerships
Information Literacy Standards
Association of College & Research Libraries
Customized info lit instruction
What does information literacy look like in your discipline?
Tie to course outcomes
Transferability of skills
Evaluate & Edit a Wikipedia Entry
Introduce outlines, checkpoints, or draft workshops
Customized tutorials & worksheets
Assignment revision OR creation
SOC 111 Abstract Assignment
62% of students watched the video
74% of students with an A watched the tutorial
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Identify the skills possessed by an "information literate" student
Incorporate information literacy into a course through research assignments
Locate resources for further assistance
You'll find out how to . . .
Utilize peer- and self- assessment models
Faculty / Librarian
Pre- and post- tests
Embedded Librarian in Blackboard
Videos and more
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Digital Literacy Workshops
Have acquired knowledge in the arts, humanities, and natural and social sciences
Think critically and independently
Write and speak effectively
Employ analytical reasoning and problem solving techniques
WSU General Education Outcomes