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Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
Cottrell & Cohen - Real deal information literacy: designing and implementing meaningful instruction and assessment
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  • 1. “Real Deal”InformationLiteracy Designing & implementing meaningful instruction and assessmentJanet Cottrell & Sarah Faye CohenChamplain College, Burlington,Vermont, USA
  • 2. What does IL instruction look like?http://www.flickr.com/photos/found_drama/373944315/
  • 3. It looks like.. Databases Catalogs Boolean & keyword searching Citation styles ...otherwise known as libraries.
  • 4. How does “real deal” ILdiffer from other IL models?
  • 5. The focus of instruction.  Library-centric instruction revolves around introducing students to the library, its resources, and how to use those resources in an academic context.
  • 6. Real Deal IL does not focus onthe library  Real Deal instruction is “info-centric”, focusing on the wider information landscape.http://www.flickr.com/photos/nomadic_lass/6193458112
  • 7. What does that look likein the classroom?
  • 8. Understanding searchhabits and preferences
  • 9. Where do you like to getinformation? TV Other People 5% 5% 25% The The 296 Web Web 65% People 97 TV 20 Other 20 Total 393
  • 10. How do you search? Yahoo 2% Bing 5% Google The 86% Library Google 357 4% Yahoo 10 Bing 20 Other The Library 18 3% Other 13 Total 418
  • 11. Filter Bubbles Getting to know the real web. Unraveling the implications of personalization of information. Familiarizing students with business of information.
  • 12. Where their idea ends & yoursbegins Exploring the ethics behind sharing ideas and content. Directly related to professional situations. Plagiarism in wider context.
  • 13. What else makes it RealDeal?
  • 14. Students say it matters to them: 2011:Ranked Technology and Information Literacy as most important of 7 college competencies http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeanieforever/67978820/
  • 15. Students say it matters to them: And ranked first in satisfaction with the College’s contribution to their development of this competency http://www.flickr.com/photos/photomographicphotography/1107310397/
  • 16. What else makes it RealDeal?
  • 17. Authentic Assessment: How can we measure student progress?http://www.flickr.com/photos/fassofamily/3247098775/
  • 18. Measuring student outcomes  We thought we would use standard tests…. But they don’t work well in our environment….
  • 19. “Real deal” assessment We needed something less “test-track,” more real-world Basedon actual student work http://www.flickr.com/photos/thepawproject/4426598648/
  • 20. “Real deal” assessment  Mirrors the reflective focus of curriculum  Includes evaluation of reflective writinghttp://www.flickr.com/photos/23351536@N07/4386693373/
  • 21. “Real deal” assessment “Map” our desired student outcomes to course rubrics Allows us to embed our assessment directly in course…and also track our “route” http://www.flickr.com/photos/36844288@N00/4215729692/
  • 22. “Real deal” assessment  Portfolio-based  Student work, faculty feedback  Allows us to capture and track progress by group or individualhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/tattoodjay/6844003805
  • 23. Results to date Class of 2012 - Overall Information Literacy Achievement Did not Meet or Nearly Met Expecations Met or Exceeded 23% Expecations 77%
  • 24. Results to date Class of 2012 Information Literacy Developmental Path 100% % Students Meeting or Exceeding 95% 90% 85% Defining the Task Expectations 80% Considering Sources 75% Selecting Sources 70% 65% Using Information 60% Attribution 55% 50% FY SO JR
  • 25. Real Deal asks librarians hardquestions Do we want our students to know something about libraries? Or, something about information? Do we want our students to have skills that work in every information environment, or just ours? http://www.flickr.com/photos/vblibrary/4993073773/
  • 26. Real Deal requires a shift in ourthinking Away from success in an assignment. Info-centric instruction enables student success when they are no longer our students. http://www.flickr.com/photos/sakeeb/4647211575
  • 27. Thank you.Questions?Janet Cottrell: cottrell@champlain.eduSarah Cohen: cohen@champlain.edu

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