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Information literacy introduction for UCLA MLIS grad students.

Information literacy introduction for UCLA MLIS grad students.

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    Is245 2 11 09 7 8 10 Is245 2 11 09 7 8 10 Presentation Transcript

    • Information Literacy Instruction Esther Grassian IS245 8 Jul 2010
    • Cards…
      • their topics
    • Topics
      • BI & IL
      • Teaching & Learning
      • Libraries & Information-Seeking
      • Q & A
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    • BI & IL: What are they?
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    • Information Literacy (IL)
      • Ability to identify, locate, evaluate and use information effectively and ethically or responsibly
      • Close to ALA Presidential Committee on IL, Final Report (1989)
      • ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education (2001)
      • AASL Standards for the 21 st Century Learner
    • Go to the Learners…
      • Podcasts
      • Online Tutorials & Exercises
        • Road to Research (UCLA)
        • Begin Research (UC Irvine)
      • Videos
        • Weigle Information Commons Music Video
    • More…
      • MySpace
      • Facebook
      • Blogs, IM & texting for reference
      • Twitter
      • Mobile Apps
      • Other Social Networking Sites & Tools
      • Second Life
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    • Broader Scope..
      • IL in Accreditation Standards
      • ETS & Certiport: ICT Literacy; iCritical Thinking
      • Project SAILS
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    • Questions?
    • Active Learning?
      • Flickr: Edublogger 13 Jun 2007
    • Active Learning
      • “… having learners do …, write …, say something, play games, get up, move around, interact , … take part in learning …[&] in thinking about their own learning…”
      • Grassian & Kaplowitz, Information Literacy Instruction: Theory and Practice ( 2009)
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    • Broadening a Topic
      • “ Chicana painters of the 1990s in L.A. used art to focus attention on political issues.”
    • Brainstorming Search Words
      • Chicana
      • painters
      • L.A.
      • political issues
    • Related words…
      • Chican*
      • Hispanic
      • Latin*
      • artist*
      • Los Angeles
      • California
      • politic*
    • Broader Topic/Argument
      • “ From 1990 through 2005, Chicano/a artists in California used art to focus attention on political issues.”
    • Narrowing a Broad Topic
      • “ Gender issues”
    • Using Topic Limiters
      • Broad topic: Gender issues
      • Limiters…
        • Timeframe : 1995-2005
        • Geographic Region : California
        • Person/Group : African-American women
        • Event/Aspect: Higher education & state politics
    • Topic Sentence/Argument
      • “ Over a ten-year period in California, from 1995 to 2005, African-American women with higher education degrees had an increasing impact on state politics.”
    • You try it!
      • Immigration – use 1 or more limiters:
        • Timeframe
        • Geographic region
        • Person/group
        • Event/aspect
      • Focused Argument or Topic Sentence
    • Questions…
      • What did you like?
      • How would you do them differently?
    • Flickr.com: Think Pair Share. Uploaded 8 June 2006, by NCavillones
    • Self-Reflection…
      • METACOGNITION
    • Exercises in Context!
    • ILI Planning Elements
      • Goal(s)
      • Expected Learning Outcome(s)
      • Audience
      • Type of Info Resource
      • Learning Time
      • Instructional Format
    • Questions?
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    • What stuck?
      • What did you find meaningful?
      • Want more?
      • Verbotomy
      • http://www.verbotomy.com/blog/?p=433
    • Remember to…
      • Respect the past
      • Use technology judiciously
      • Take pleasure in empowering learners!