Screen shots of wiki used with Fine Art students to accompany presentation "Fine Art Wiki: Reflections on using the read/w...
Screen shots of wiki used with Fine Art students to accompany presentation "Fine Art Wiki: Reflections on using the read/w...
Screen shots of wiki used with Fine Art students to accompany presentation "Fine Art Wiki: Reflections on using the read/w...
Screen shots of wiki used with Fine Art students to accompany presentation "Fine Art Wiki: Reflections on using the read/w...
Screen shots of wiki used with Fine Art students to accompany presentation "Fine Art Wiki: Reflections on using the read/w...
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Screen shots of wiki used with Fine Art students to accompany presentation "Fine Art Wiki: Reflections on using the read/write web to develop information literacy skills in first year Fine Art students"

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De Montfort University has a strong tradition in teaching information literacy to students at all levels and across all faculties. The Faculty of Art and Design has a range of information literacy sessions integrated within the curriculum for the majority of its programmes, including Fine Art. In 2009 the library revised teaching for Fine Art ,and developed a wiki as a formative assessment tool to provide focus and structure.

This presentation reflected upon the wiki as a learning and assessment tool, presenting feedback within a theoretical context, and was followed by a demonstartion of the wiki. This presentation consists of screen shots of the wiki used with Fine Art students. This accompanies the presentation by Amanda Poulton at LILAC 2010 "Fine Art Wiki: Reflections on using the read/write web to develop information literacy skills in first year Fine Art students" also available on slideshare at http://www.slideshare.net/amandajp/fine-art-wiki-reflections-on-using-the-readwrite-web-to-develop-information-literacy-skills-in-first-year-fine-art-students.

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