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Information Literacy

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Jan McCartney

on 27 March 2013

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Transcript of Information Literacy

Information Literacy Learning Terrace To Embed Library throughout Drexel Campus Info Lit as Space love your topic Student's Perspective

Task = Determine the extent of information needed.

Student = What is the assignment?

Task = Access the needed information effectively and efficientl.

Student = Know where to look,
(ie. Internet/Library Resources)

Task = Evaluate information and its sources critically

Student = Is it valid? How do I know?

Task = Incorporate selected information into one’s knowledge base.

Student = Am I using this information in the
best possible way in my paper?

Task = Use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose.

Student = Do I know how to integrate the
sources I found to enhance my
stance and paper?

Task = Understand the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information, and access and use information ethically and legally.

Student= Am I using the information correctly?
Giving credit where credit is due? Do
I understand how to do that at
Rasmussen? (APA) The Big Bad Wolf Meets Bloom's Taxonomy
http://www.beaconlearningcenter.com/WebLessons/BloomsTaxonomy/blooms01.htm Flagler College Learning Communities
http://flaglerignite.com/?category_name=photos Farmville- Treenomics
http://pablopaniagua.com/2009/08/25/farmville-treeconomics/ KNOWLEDGE
EVALUATION = BLOOM'S A quick search on a website or database for facts on a topic

Reading the information found for understanding. Determining if the resource works for the assignment.

Figuring out how & where the potential resources will fit into the parameters of the research assignment

Compare & contrast or searching for more than 1 topic and analyzing each article to infer the comparisons & contrasts or reevaluating the current resources selected, finding new resources with new searches.

Integrating the resources in a meaningful & ethical way into the research project. Bringing the resources and the research project together.

The “Why” of your research project. What did you discover in the research assignment journey? What will your readers take-away? Examples of Info Lit in Action Ed.Voicethread Digital Library
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