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1st Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014 on the topic “InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives”, lecture presented by Marian Ramos-Eclevia, held on February 28, 2014, at The Learning Commons, ...

1st Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014 on the topic “InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives”, lecture presented by Marian Ramos-Eclevia, held on February 28, 2014, at The Learning Commons, De La Salle University, Manila.

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    • All images used in this presentation are taken from Google Image and Facebook pages of DLSU Manila University Library, UP Diliman University Library, Nanyang Technological University, and Rizal Library.
    • 1st Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 28 February 2014, DLSU Libraries InfoSMART Information Skills for Creatives Marian Ramos-Eclevia marian.eclevia@dlsu.edu.ph
    • 1 Rewind to basics of information literacy 2 Frameworks and models of infoLit 3 Essential skills and values for infolit 4 Awareness-raising for infolit 5 Practical and best practices in infolit [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 1 Rewind to basics of information literacy 2 Frameworks and models of infoLit 3 Essential skills and values for infolit 4 Awareness-raising for infolit 5 Practical and best practices in infolit [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 1989 “a set of abilities requiring individuals to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information." (ALA Presidential Committee on Information Literacy) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 2000 "the ability to identify, locate, evaluate, organize and effectively create, use and communicate information to address an issue or a problem." (Pradeepa Wijetunge) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 2004 “is knowing when and why you need information, where to find it, and how to evaluate, use and communicate it in an ethical manner.” (Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals, CILIP) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 2005 “ability to access, evaluate and use information from a variety of sources” (Pradeepa Wijetunge) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 2005 “the ability to identify, assess, retrieve, evaluate, adapt, organize and communicate information within an iterative context of review and reflection.” (Joint Information Services Committee ) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 2012 “Information literate people will demonstrate an awareness of how they gather, use, manage, synthesize and create information and data in an ethical manner and will have the information skills to do so effectively.” (Society of College, National and University Libraries , SCONUL) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • find + retrieve + analyze + use [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Help patrons deal with information overload or Data Smog [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Inspire and equip patrons to become lifelong learners Empower patrons to become independent learners [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Support the library's mission to provide lifelong learning [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Promote responsible use of information for problem-solving, decision making, and critical thinking [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • “To become more self-directed, and presume greater control over their own learning” (Shantaram, 2012) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Information literacy is fundamental to the success of learners in discharging their academic responsibilities. [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 1 Rewind to basics of information literacy 2 Frameworks and models of infoLit 3 Essential skills and values for infolit 4 Awareness-raising for infolit 5 Practical and best practices in infolit [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • developed in the United States by two librarians, Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz comprises six key steps or stages of problem solving (Sayers, 2006) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • drawback Majority of resources and examples relate to schools and projects in the United States. It is a commercial product and thus subject to copyright and trademark protection The authors provide for limited "educational, non-profit use of the Big 6 (Sayers, 2006) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Seven Pillars Model of Information Literacy SCONUL, 1999 (Sayers, 2006) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • developed by the Information Skills Taskforce of the Standing Conference of National and University Libraries in the United Kingdom as a progression from basic IL skills to more sophisticated ways of understanding and using information Seven Pillars Model of Information Literacy SCONUL, 1999 (Sayers, 2006) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Seven Pillars Model of Information Literacy Knowing how to locate and access information SCONUL, 1999 (Sayers, 2006) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Knowing how to understand and use information Seven Pillars Model of Information Literacy SCONUL, 1999 (Sayers, 2006) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • “Achieving pillars 1 to 4 is realistic in the majority of societies and cultures if the core skills are included in the curricula at all levels of education and opportunities for lifelong learning are provided to adults.” [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives Seven Pillars Model of Information Literacy SCONUL, 1999 (Sayers, 2006)
    • developed by the participants at the International Workshop on Information Skills for Learning in Colombo, Sri Lanka in 2004 Empowering Eight (E8) (Sayers, 2006) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • incorporates eight components of finding and using information learning outcomes are aimed primarily at children in schools but may be adapted for training adults Empowering Eight (E8) (Sayers, 2006) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives recognizes "the composite culture and local conditions" in the countries of Asia
    • “Realistic goals must be set for our information literacy programs and allowances made for those Information Intermediary activities that enable the average citizen to understand specialized information and convert it into knowledge." Ana Maria Ramalho Correia (Sayers, 2006) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 1 Rewind to basics of information literacy 2 Frameworks and models of infoLit 3 Essential skills and values for infolit 4 Awareness-raising for infolit 5 Practical and best practices in infolit [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Dubicki (2013). Faculty perceptions of students' information literacy skills competencies [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Direct link between good IL skills and student’s academic performance as well as improved retention rate. [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Students possess the ability to identify and address the information need, with a competency level of excellent or good. (Dubicki, 2013) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Students were confident in their abilities to gather information. (ECAR, 2010; McKiel, 2012) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • “What information is found is not important, but the usage of that information to complete the assigned task or research is of great importance.” (Shantaram, 2012) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • (Dubicki, 2013) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • (Dubicki, 2013) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Generic Skills Problem solving Collaboration and teamwork Communication Critical thinking http://www.livingpolesapartbipolar.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/problempic.jpg (Dubicki, 2013) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Information Skills Information seeking Information use Fluency with information and communication technology (ICT) http://coe.jmu.edu/Strategic_Learning/oldfiles/InfoSeeking/images/seek.jpeg (Dubicki, 2013) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Values & Beliefs Using information wisely and ethically Social responsibility and community participation http://www.gatewaypublicschools.org/uploaded/Gateway_Mid dle_School/GMS_Core_Values.jpg (Dubicki, 2013) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Methods to improve student IL skills Instruction for foundational classes and upper level skills building Elective credit-bearing IL course (one or three credit) Mandatory IL workshops for all incoming freshmen or transfer students Course-specific instruction tailored to research assignments (Dubicki, 2013) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Methods to improve student IL skills Short in-class presentations on research skills Small group sessions for students having problems with research papers Workshops: search engines and Google Scholar, databases, IL skills-building (Dubicki, 2013) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Tools to support skills-building Development of sample assignments for faculty use Creation of online research guides (LibGuides) Online IL manual for faculty and students White papers on effective IL skills Electronic IL handout for faculty to post on the course management system (Dubicki, 2013) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Tools to support skills-building Development of a virtual IL instructional site to include: Modular tutorials demonstrating phases of research Short video snips for topics/databases Real time videos for remote locations YouTube presentations Webinars (Dubicki, 2013) [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
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    • Scoring: IL Assessment Add the values of your answers Levels Scores Not-Evident 6-10 Novice 11-14 Proficient 15-19 Advanced 20-24 [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 1 Rewind to basics of information literacy 2 Frameworks and models of infoLit 3 Essential skills and values for infolit 4 Awareness-raising for infolit 5 Practical and best practices in infolit [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • “To ensure that all people are well prepared to seek the truth so that all may experience a better quality of life.” http://www.ifla.org/III/wsis/High-Level-Colloquium.pdf [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 5 broad strategies International policy statements, e.g. UNESCO's Towards an Information Literate Society Curriculum development for schools Professional development and training Development of teaching and resource materials Ongoing international dialogues between IL researchers and practitioners [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • UP Diliman: InfoLit Roadshow [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • DLSU Libraries: The Green Spine [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Meet and Tour @ Library Skills Teaching Assignments/Group Activities Food and Fun @ Library [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • • Tweet about new materials • Tweet about legislative issues that affect your library • Tweet top links for popular topics • Tweet “eResource for the Day” • Tweet “Best Reference Questions” • Rebroadcast local news • Tweet during programs – include pictures • Tweet interesting library facts [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • 1 Rewind to basics of information literacy 2 Frameworks and models of infoLit 3 Essential skills and values for infolit 4 Awareness-raising for infolit 5 Practical and best practices in infolit [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • “Characteristics of Programs of Information Literacy that Illustrate Best Practices” Approved by the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Board in June 2003 Revised in January 2012 [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Mission Goals & Objectives Planning Administrative & Institutional Support Articulation with the Curriculum Collaboration Pedagogy Staffing Outreach Assessment/ Evaluation http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/characteristics [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Mission Articulation with the Curriculum Administrative • Goals & a definition of information literacy Includes Planning & Institutional • Objectives Is consistent with the “ACRL Information Support Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education” Collaboration Pedagogy • Aligns with the library’s mission Staffing statement to correspond with the larger mission statement of the institution Assessment/ • Outreach relevant lifelong learning and Promotes Evaluation professional development [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Mission Goals & Objectives Planning Administrative & Institutional Support • Articulation Are consistent with the mission, goals, and objectives of the Pedagogy Staffing with the library and theCollaboration institution • Curriculum measurable outcomes for evaluation of the Establish program Assessment/ • Accommodate input from institutional stakeholders Outreach Evaluation • Clearly present the integration of information literacy across the curriculum for students’ academic pursuits and effective lifelong learning [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Mission Goals & Objectives Planning Administrative & Institutional Support • Articulation and develops mechanisms to implement and/or Articulates adapt Collaboration Pedagogy Staffing with thecomponents of the best practices • Curriculum current opportunities and challenges Addresses • Is tied to library, institutional, and information technology planning and budgeting cycles Assessment/ Outreach Evaluation • Addresses and prioritizes human, technological and financial resources (both current and projected), taking into account administrative and institutional support [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • • Assigns information literacy leadership Goals & Mission Planning and responsibilities to appropriate Objectives librarians, faculty, and staff • Articulation Incorporates information literacy in the Collaboration Pedagogy with the institution’s mission, strategic plan, Curriculum and procedures policies, Administrative & Institutional Support Staffing • Provides funding to establish and ensure ongoing Assessment/ Outreach support for : teaching facilities, Evaluation current and appropriate technologies, appropriate staffing levels, professional development opportunities [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Mission Articulation with the Curriculum • Goals & the scope (i.e., depth and Identifies Administrative Planning & Institutional complexity) of competencies to be acquired Objectives Support on a disciplinary level as well as at the course level • Sequences andPedagogy competencies integrates Collaboration Staffing throughout a student’s academic career, progressing in sophistication Assessment/ • Outreach Emphasizes learner-centered learning Evaluation • Is formalized and widely disseminated [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • • Fosters communication among disciplinary faculty, Administrative Goals & Mission Planning & Institutional librarians, other instructors (e.g., teaching assistants), Objectives Support administrators, and other staff within the institution Articulation with the Curriculum Collaboration Pedagogy Staffing • Communicates effectively withAssessment/ faculty, librarians, other Outreach instructors, administrators, andEvaluation staff members to additional gain support for the program within the academic community [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Administra • Supports diverse approaches to teaching and learning. Goals & Planning tive & • Mission Is suitable to the type of instruction (e.g., one-shot,Institutional Objectives Support dedicated course). • Takes into account diverse Articulation with Collaboration Pedagogy Staffing theteaching and learning Curriculum styles. • Incorporates and uses relevant and appropriate Assessment/ Outreach information technology and otherEvaluation media resources to support pedagogy. [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • • Includes librarians, library staff, Goals & Mission Planning administrators, program coordinators, Objectives instructional technologists, as well as disciplinary faculty, graphic designers, Articulation Collaboration Pedagogy with the teaching/learning specialists, and other Curriculum staff as needed. program • Are knowledgeable in Assessment/ Outreach instruction/teaching, curriculum Evaluation development, and assessment of student learning. [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives Administrative & Institutional Support Staffing
    • • Clearly define and describe the program and its value to targeted audiences, including those within andAdministrative beyond the Goals & Mission Planning & Institutional Objectives specific institution. Support • Market the program through the creation and distribution Articulation materials. of publicity Collaboration Pedagogy Staffing • with the and reach out to relevant stakeholders and Identify Curriculum support groups both within and outside of the institution. Outreach Assessment/ Evaluation [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • • Develops a process for program planning, evaluation, and Administrative revision. Goals & Mission Planning & Institutional Objectives meeting the program’s goals • Measures the progress of Support and objectives. • Articulation with course and curriculum assessment, Integrates Collaboration Pedagogy Staffing with the institutional evaluations and regional/professional Curriculum accreditation initiatives. • Acknowledge differences Assessment/ Outreach in learning and teaching Evaluation styles in the outcome measures. [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
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    • Rationale In response to PAASCU recommendation on “creative awareness about the availability of the user education program to other research-oriented classes,” the DLSU Libraries launches its Information Literacy Campaign to foster the development of information literate students in pursuit of lifelong learning and to celebrate the Library and Information Services (LIS) month through exhibit, interactive games and talk. [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Mission Making Every Lasallian Student Information Literate [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Objectives To promote the teaching of information literacy as part of user education program of the DLSU Libraries To raise awareness on the importance of information literacy as a vital component of lifelong learning To make Lasallian students information literate by teaching them the essential skills of finding and using the right information in pursuit of academic and research excellence [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Expected Outcomes Increased awareness on the Learning Commons facilities, printed resources and services Information literate/skilled students Well utilized printed resources and online search tools Increased usage to the subscribed online plagiarism detection tool (e.g. Turnitin) Students who are able to correctly cite articles and/or references using style manuals [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Target User Group Undergraduate students Graduate students Faculty Staff Administrators [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Modules Module 1 Library Research Basics and Tour a 1.5 to 2 hour presentation and tour specifically designed for new students to introduce the different libraries and learn the basics of finding information in each of these libraries. [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Modules Module 2 Subject Database Searching a 2-3 hour intensive hands-on practice of using various subject databases. [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Modules Module 3 Library Basics and Database Searching a 2-3 hour lecture and hands-on demonstration of library research and searching multidisciplinary databases. [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Modules Module 4 Specialized Instructions a customized, course-related instruction that focuses on advanced IL skills. [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Learning Tools Lecture and video presentation Online help and tutorials Games Searchable FAQs Guides Hands-on training Tours Class discussion Events [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Assessment Tools Paper-based quiz Online quiz Q&A Turnitin originality reports Tasks/challenges Evaluation for librarians [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Staffing & Training Librarians handle IL sessions for undergraduate students Selected librarians as RIA Use of online databases, search tools, plagiarism prevention tool, and citation generators Effective oral communication Classroom and behavior management Effective teaching strategies Developing teaching and learning tools [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Strategic Plan [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
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    • Roving Information Assistant [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Face-to-Face with RIA [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Request IL sessions [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
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    • Are You InfoSMARTer than a Lasallian student? [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
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    • Secondary sources will offer the following except A B First hand information Interpretation C D Correct Answer: [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives Analysis Criticism A
    • The Internet is considered which of the following? A B Primary source Secondary Source C D Correct Answer: [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives Both Neither C
    • Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a popular source? A B Little technical jargon Shorter articles C D Correct Answer: [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives Extensive bibliography All of the Above C
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    • Sino ang most authoritative publisher sa field ng psychology? [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
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    • Information Literacy across the curriculum Reaching more students Students’ reactions to sessions in Information Literacy Librarians as IL educators [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Be the first Be the explorer Be a learner Find the tool at fits you best! Be visible [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Find the tool that fits youtool best! Find the Find thefits you best! that tool Find the tool at fits you best!fits you be that [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives
    • Marian Ramos-Eclevia marian.eclevia@dlsu.edu.ph
    • Dubicki, E. (2013). Faculty perceptions of student’s information literacy. Journal of Information Literacy, 7(2), 97-125. http://dx.doi.org/10.11645/7.2.1852 Sayers, R. (2006). Principles of awareness-raising: information literacy , a case study. Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok Shantaram, P. (2012). Challenges in spreading information literacy among students. Indian Streams Research Journals , 2(11). Retrieved from http://www.isrj.net/UploadedData/1758.pdf Wijetunge, P. (2005). Empowering 8: the Information Literacy model developed in Sri Lanka to underpin changing education paradigms of Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan Journal of Librarianship and Information Management, 1(1). Retrieved from http://www.sljol.info/index.php/SLLIM/article/view/430 Images were downloaded from Google Image and Facebook pages of DLSU Manila University Library, UP Diliman University Library, Nanyang Technological University, and Rizal Library [Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2014] InfoSMART: Information Skills for Creatives