Digital Literacy in Context

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A presentation I was due to give at CILIP ARLG event - 'Challenge, Change & Collaborate – the future for Subject Librarianship' at DMU 22.05.12. Sadly unable to attend on the day due to illness.

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  • Think about the activity not the toolDefining the offer (are we the people associated with DL?)Balance of initial investment (creating resources, training and support)Holistic view of DL
  • Digital Literacy in Context

    1. 1. Challenge, Change & Collaborate – the future for Subject LibrarianshipCILIP ARLG (East Midlands)De Montfort University, 22nd May 2012 #UCRGEMC3 Digital Literacy in Context Helen Curtis Academic Support Manager (Teaching & Learning) University of Warwick @helencurtis connecting you with information, support and your community
    2. 2. My roles Subject Librarian The Arts Institute at Bournemouth Academic Resources Librarian University of Wolverhampton Learning and Skills Development Team Leader University of Wolverhampton Academic Support Manager (Teaching & Learning) University of Warwickconnecting you with information,support and your community
    3. 3. Themes Relationship to information and other academic literacies IT skills and capabilities Web technologies and social media Sharing and communication of ideas Creating and repurposing content Digital footprint and digital identity Ethics, rights and responsibilitiesconnecting you with information,support and your community
    4. 4. Digital Literacy as a Graduate AttributeWe’re already doing thatThat’s not relevant to usHelp! Tell me what it is
    5. 5. Responses The digital literacy ‘hat’ The skills framework The resource bankconnecting you with information,support and your community
    6. 6. “It’s all about context” “Definitions need to be co-created to have power”Doug Belshawhttp://www.neverendingthesis.com/connecting you with information,support and your community
    7. 7. Which context? Librarians Students Researchers Teachersconnecting you with information,support and your community
    8. 8. Which context? Increasing productivity Librarians Exploiting our resources Confidence Advocacy Teaching practiceconnecting you with information,support and your community
    9. 9. Which context?Motivation StudentsCommunicationMobileSubject relevanceEmployabilityconnecting you with information,support and your community
    10. 10. Which context? Visibility Profile raising Dissemination Impact Researchers Collaborationconnecting you with information,support and your community
    11. 11. Which context? Efficiency Academic discipline Learning environments Increasing engagement Teachers Improving outcomesconnecting you with information,support and your community
    12. 12. Challenges and Opportunities Role for libraries and librarians  The Subject Librarian as co-creator?  Connections + context Develop our own expertise and digital practice  What’s your digital toolkit?  Maximising online library resources Profiles of our academic communities  Motivations and needs  Lifecycleconnecting you with information,support and your community
    13. 13. Thank you for listening Presentation is available online at http://www.slideshare.net/helencurtisconnecting you with information,support and your community
    14. 14. Image credits ‘Graduate Commencement 2010’ by University of Denver on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/uofdenver/4679929789/ Icons from http://www.iconfinder.com All images used under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-commercial licence: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/uk/connecting you with information,support and your community

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