Literacies Lightning Round:Integrating 21st Century Literacies Into the Curriculum Camille Andrews Learning Technologies & Assessment Librarian Albert R. Mann Library, Cornell University http://www.wordle.net/. Images of Wordles are licensed .
Overview• Convergence of literacies and emerging research on digital media and learning• Examples of integration of literacies• Possible futures
To be information literate one must "recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information.“ American Library Association. Presidential Committee on Information Literacy. Final Report.(Chicago: American Library Association, 1989.)
IL Models ACRL IL Competency 7 Pillars of IL Standards AASL Standards for 7 Faces of IL 21st Century Learner
Overarching themes• Movement beyond technical skills to concepts learned not only in formal education but also in students’ informal interest-driven practices• Stronger emphasis on critical analysis, filtering and creation of information in various formats as well as on communication and collaboration in groups• Recognition of multiple literacies and socially and contextually situated nature of literacy• Literacy for lifelong learning, democracy, citizenship
Literacies Research http://www.goodworkproject.org/rese arch/goodplay/ http://newmedialiteracies.org/ http://projectinfolit.org/
Credibility Research• Predictive, Evaluative, Verification (Rieh and Hilligoss, 2007)• Strategies: Trusted Places; Multiple Resources and Verification; Compromising Quality for Speed• Distinguish between types of information but overestimate skill; recognize need to evaluate but automaticity wins out over effortful consideration (Metzger and Flanagin, 2010)
https://confluence.cornell.edu/display/MakingTheNews/Final+Digital+Projects~ENGLISH+2880.107 The Jamies (Jamie Hacker and Jamie Peretz: https://confluence.cornell.edu/display/~jrh75/The+Jamies; http://hdl.handle.net/1813/11645 Digital Literacy in the Google Generation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XqRR5WJ85k
Flexibility Creativity Fun Letting students chart their own course canPhotos: Gwen Glazer, be scary but it makesCornell University LibraryCommunications . . for good learning.
Institute for Multimedia Literacy @ USC: http://iml.usc.edu/ and What is IML?http://vimeo.com/iml/about
http://vimeo.com/6214459Chicago Public Library’s YouMedia: http://youmediachicago.org/
Badges for interest-driven learning http://dmlcompetition.net/
Possible Futures?Wordle by Margaret Gaudino: http://www.flickr.com/photos/slm507/5404884346/
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