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Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
Lifelong Learning - Whose Responsibility is it?
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  • Professional Librarians = Information and Digital Literacy Experts
  • 22 million kids are eligible to attend 21st CCLC programs nationally, but funding allows for only 1.6 million to participate. Afterschool Programs - An additional 18.5 million would participate if a quality program were available in their community.Kaiser Family Foundation Study (2010) These and other factors, Ferguson maintains, establish home environments and lifestyles that orient young people toward certain media behaviors, literacy practices, and learning dispositions that contribute to disparate educational outcomes.(Ferguson 2006). Sample of Study FindingsBooks are the only media that white youth own more of than do African-American or Latino youth. Black and Latino youth are more likely than their white, Asian, and Latino counterparts to report that at home they watch television more than they participate in any other activity.Use of every type of media has increased over the past 10 years, with the exception of reading. Rideout, Foehr, and Roberts (2010
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    • 1. LIFELONG LEARNINGWHOSE RESPONSIBILITY IS IT?Lana W. Jackman, Ph.D.President
    • 2. Source: http://pinterest.com/mrstiye/librarian-files-teen-college-career-resources/
    • 3. MAINSTREAM INFORMATION LITERACY PRACTICE1. To define information literacywithin the higher literacies andits importance to studentperformance, lifelong learning,and active citizenship;2. To design one or more modelsfor information literacydevelopment appropriate toformal and informal learningenvironments throughoutpeople’s lifetimes;3. To determine implications forthe continuing education anddevelopment of teachers.Source: http://infolit.org/about-the-nfil/national-forum-on-information-literacy-milestones/1989 ALA PRESIDENTIAL COMMITTEE OBJECTIVES:
    • 4. “BEACONS OF THE INFORMATION SOCIETY”InformationLiteracySource: National Forum on Information Literacy. (2003). The Alexandria Proclamation http://www.infolit.org/2005.htmlLifelongLearningInformation Literacy lies at the core of Lifelong Learning
    • 5. 21ST CENTURY LEARNERS
    • 6. THE WORLD OF LIBRARY...LIBRARY IMMIGRANT• Did not grow up in a family bookculture• First Generation• Dependent Learners• Literacy inexperienced• Library AnxietyLIBRARY NATIVE• Grew up in a family bookculture• Legacy Generation (College)• Self Sufficient learners• Literacy sophisticated• Comfortable in Library Culture
    • 7. ENTER CREDO REFERENCE....INFORMATIONLITERACY AND LIFELONG LEARNING TOOLSCREDO TOPIC PAGES• Topic Overview• Associated Credo VisualImages• Topic Definition• Article Citation• Related Topics/RecentlyVisited• Books• News• Images• Videos• Local Library LinkCREDO SERVICES Literati School Literati Academic Literati Student Athlete Online Help Homework Help Librarian Connect Multimedia Videos Tutorials Assessments
    • 8. NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL’S 2012 REPORT ONDEEPER LEARNINGINFORMATIONLITERACY =CRYSTALLIZEDINTELLIGENCESource: National Research Council, 2012Proposed 21st Century SkillsTaxonomy
    • 9. 21ST CENTURY LEARNERS
    • 10. “GOOD DATA WONT GUARANTEEGOOD DECISIONS”• Analytic skills are concentrated in too fewemployees• IT needs to spend more time on the “I” andless on the “T.”• Reliable information exists, but it’s hard tolocate• Business executives don’t manageinformation as well as they manage talent,capital, and brand.Shvetank, S., Horne, A & Capellá,J. (2012). Good data won’t guarantee good decisions. HarvardBusiness Review. Retrieved from http://hbr.org/2012/04/good-data-wont-guarantee-good-decisions/ar/1
    • 11. INFORMATIONLITERATELIFELONGLEARNERECOLOGY OFORGANIZATIONSLIBRARIANCOMMUNITYCO-INVESTMENTLIFELONG LEARNING – SHARED RESPONSIBILITYMUTUAL BENEFIT AND ACHIEVEMENT OF LIFELONG LEARNING GOALS
    • 12. ACADEMIC LIBRARY SURVEY 2010% REPORTINGUNITED STATESDefined Information Literacy Or Information Literate Student 50.3Information Literacy Institutional Mission Statement 32.7Institutional Strategic Plan Information Literacy Inclusion 32.5Information Literacy Implementation Committee 19.8Strategic Plan/Library Role 25.6SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics,Academic Libraries Survey (ALS), 2010© 2012, National Forum on Information Literacy
    • 13. LIFELONG LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES8.4 million K‐12 children (15 percent) participate in afterschool programs.(Source: http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/documents/2012/Essentials_4_20_12_FINAL.pdf)1.6 million K-12 children participate in 21st Century Community Learning Centers(Source:http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/21st%20CCLC%20Fact%20Sheet_5_3_12_FINAL.pdf)2012 TRIO programs (8 including Veterans Upward Bound) – 2957 programs; serving 797,248students across the U.S.(Source: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ope/trio/index.html)Gear Up – Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs serving #515,224 students in 43+ states (Source: http://www2.ed.gov/programs/gearup/index.html)Community Based Organizations - 1,581,111 tax-exempt organizations(Source: http://nccs.urban.org/statistics/quickfacts.cfm)
    • 14. K-16 CurriculumFrameworks/Common CoreContent +K-16InformationLiteracyPracticeProcess =DiverseCompetitiveAmericanWorkforceLifelong LearningTransferable Knowledge and Skills for the 21st Century© 2012, National Forum on Information LiteracyPersonal and Professional Success
    • 15. THANK YOU!DR. LANA W. JACKMANNATIONAL FORUM ON INFORMATION LITERACY359 WALDEN STREET, SUITE 100ACAMBRIDGE, MA. 02138WWW.INFOLIT.ORGnfil@infolit.org© 2012, National Forum on Information Literacy

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