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Howard & Earl - Transforming Information Literacy @ the University of Salford

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  • 1. Transforming InformationLiteracy@ The Universityof Salford or (LEaRN)ROZ HOWARDR.M.C.HOWARD@SALFORD.AC.UKJEN EARLJ.A.EARL@SALFORD.AC.UKLILAC APRIL 2011
  • 2. Aims• Overview- top-down approach• Project Themes• Lessons learnt• What next?
  • 3. Objectives Outline the transformation framework in which IL provides the building blocks for students to achieve lifelong learning skills.
  • 4. Salford• History• Staff/student• Structure• Transforming
  • 5. Background of IL Project• Strategy – L&T Strategy “IL is at the heart of the curriculum” – International Strategy• Implementation plan• Key milestones http://www.infolit.salford.ac.uk
  • 6. Transforming Information Literacy
  • 7. Lets engage
  • 8. Feedback• The voting pods are awesome.• Enjoyable and informative :)• It was really good like different techniques that were used i.e. response cards.• A very enjoyable induction where the staffs enthusiasm and knowledge make it interesting and inspiring.• Really enjoyed the student led presentation• Who knew being in a library could be so much fun!!
  • 9. The Future• Online ‘Prezi’ version of the induction• Podcasting• Mini video clips showing services outside classroom• Increased use of voting pods
  • 10. Referencing• Reasons – academic misconduct cases, student dissatisfaction• Proposing standard style• Consultation with academic staff• Developing the policy• Implementation- Sept 2011
  • 11. Online Resources• Create content for L4 ILO• 2 outcomes: basic searching and understanding plagiarism and referencing
  • 12. Diagnostic Tool• Piloting a tool with FE students• To diagnose and assess skills – ICT – IL – Study skills• Ability to track student progression
  • 13. Pre-Induction• “what you need to know before coming to University” – What is IL – Referencing – How to study in HE – Tests and quizzes
  • 14. Intended Learning Outcomes• Academic Portfolio review• Embedding ILO’s into new programmes
  • 15. FE Partnerships• Compact Agreement• Skills for HE module• Accreditation
  • 16. Lessons Learnt• Increase of sessions: 30%• Support and Collaboration• Highlights and lowlights• Staffing
  • 17. What next?• Evaluation of impact• Joint assessment
  • 18. Questions?