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  • 1. DIPTL P096Information Literacy
    Lesson 5
    Information Literacy Models - pedagogical practices and future literacy
  • 2. Assignment 2
    Any questions?
  • 3. Instructional aspects of a library program
    Information Fluency Continuum by the NY Dept. of Education (http://schools.nyc.gov/NR/rdonlyres/27A1E84E-65EB-4A54-80DF-51E28D34BF4F/0/InformationFluencyContinuum.pdf)
    A comprehensive continuum for info and digital literacies
  • 4. Assessments
    Information Fluency Continuum 2010 Priority Benchmark Skills and Assessments 
    (http://schools.nyc.gov/NR/rdonlyres/2BD1C6F6-E583-41E8-9D8A-8578447FBF9A/0/IFCK12PriorityBenhmarkSkillsandAssessments.pdf)
    The documents in this guide include:
    Information Fluency Continuum
    Information Fluency Continuum Benchmark Skills
    Grade-by-Grade Information Fluency Benchmark Skills
    K-12 Information Fluency Continuum Priority Benchmark Skills Brochure
    Information Fluency Continuum: Priority Benchmark Skills and Assessments
    REACTS Taxonomy
  • 5. Future of Literacies?
    • Social Networking
    • 6. Increased possibilities for management, consuming and creation of information
    • 7. Mobile technologies growth
  • Mobile Phones
    Source: https://digitalcommons.georgetown.edu/blogs/isdyahoofellow/category/bric/page/2/
  • 8. Source: Gauravonomics from Flickr. Data from Wave 3 of the Power of the People Social Media Tracker by Universal McCann
  • 9. Mobile Technologies – Not Just Mobile Phone…
    Image Source:
    http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/pda.htm
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  • 14. New technologies
    • Traditionally, search engines are used (e.g., Google) but this is not sufficient for today
    • 15. New forms of discovering useful stuff: social bookmarking, folksonomy, Wikipedia, social repositories
    • 16. Keeping yourself in touch with information – RSS Feeds and casts (video and pod)
  • Some innovative strategies
    • Google Tools:Google search tip for educators:http://www.utechtips.com/?p=1127
    • 17. Google classroom posters:http://www.google.com/educators/posters.html
    • 18. Google lesson plans: http://www.google.com/educators/activities.html
  • School Library Blogs
    • http://www.blogwithoutalibrary.net/links/index.php?title=School_libraries
    • 19. http://blog.schoollibrarymedia.com/
    • 20. http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/blog/1340000334.html
  • Useful tools for integration of IL
    Google applications in education (Doc, Map, Books, etc) (http://www.freetech4teachers.com/p/google-tools-tutorials.html)
    Creating Blogs or Website (http://www.freetech4teachers.com/p/creating-effective-blogs-websites.html)
    Useful tools that can be used in your blog:
  • Mixing resources
    • Mixing and re-mixing existing resources and media to create new resources: e.g., in your blog, wiki, Youtube video, Slideshare presentation, Voicethread, or social networking sites such as Facebook
  • Information Seeking Strategies
    • However there is much more than Google:
    • 23. Wikipedia:http://wikipedia.org/
    • 24. Wiki search engine: http://www.qwika.com/
    • 25. Resources for school libraries:http://www.sldirectory.com/
    • 26. Something else: http://www.quintura.com/, http://www.eyeplorer.com/
    • 27. Delicious http://www.delicious.com
    • 28. Search for mind maps: http://www.mindmapsearch.org/