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Information Literacy for PCC 2014
Transcript of Information Literacy for PCC 2014
Of Time and the River
"Now he would prowl the stacks of the library at night, pulling books out of a thousand shelves and reading in them like a madman. The thought of these vast stacks of books would drive him mad: the more he read, the less he seemed to know—the greater the number of the books he read, the greater the immense uncountable number of those which he could never read would seem to be."
"... information literacy should in fact be conceived more broadly as a new liberal art ... as essential to the mental framework of the educated information-age citizen as the trivium of basic liberal arts (grammar, logic and rhetoric) was to the educated person in medieval society."
“...it will be very hard for people to watch or consume something that has not in some sense been tailored for them.”
"...more and more searches are done on your behalf without you needing to type."
- Eric Schmidt (Google CEO, 2001-2011)
"...recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information."
Shapiro, J.J., & Hughes, S.K. (1996). Information literacy as a liberal art: Enlightenment proposals for a new curriculum.
Educom Review, 31
Information Literacy as a Liberal Art
• Approx. 80% of students reported overwhelming
difficulties getting started
on research assignments (and
understanding the nature and scope
of what professors were in fact asking for)
Half of the students reported “nagging uncertainties” with
assessing the quality
of their research efforts
Learning the Ropes: How Freshmen Conduct
Course Research Once They Enter College
"Nearly all of the employers said they expected candidates, whatever their field, to be able to search online, a given for a generation born into the Internet world. But they also
expected job candidates to be patient and persistent researchers
and to be
able to retrieve information in a variety of formats
, identify patterns within an
array of sources
dive deeply into source material
TO TEACH YOU
Use this book.
And this article.
This one, too.
Here comes another
...and you're done!
of 318 employers surveyed:
More emphasis on
"the location, organization, and evaluation of information from multiple sources."
Learning for Life in the Age of Roughly 1,200,000,000,000,000* Megabytes
Pre-College Conference 2014
*Based on the findings and forecast growth rate by:
Hilbert, M., & López, P. (2011). The world's technological capacity to store, communicate, and compute information.
“...nonlinear, dynamic, holistic, and flowing.”
Foster, A. (2004). A nonlinear model of information-seeking behavior.
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 55