Schneider - Don’t reinvent the wheel: resources to support the teaching of information literacy and academic skills across the curriculum
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  • Don’t reinvent the wheel:resources to support the teachingof information literacy andacademic skills acrossthe curriculum.Michelle SchneiderSkills@Library, University of Leeds
  • Outline for this session
  • Skills@Library pre 2010:
  • Leeds University Library 2010 Academic Skills Strategyhttp://library.leeds.ac.uk/downloads/AcademicSkillsStrategy.doc
  • Quick discussion points 1. What academic (including information literacy) skills do students in your institutions need to develop? 2. Are there skills they lack? 3. Do academics engage with academic /Information literacy skills development?
  • How can you help develop student skills? All freely available to use or adapt as needed
  • Lecturer Webpages: examples of use
  • Demo and exploreFollow this link to explore thepages yourself:http://library.leeds.ac.uk/skills-lecturers
  • Quick discussion points 1. Would you/have you considered making your teaching resources freely available? 2. Do you think this could raise your profile with academics, encouraging engagement? 3. Any other thoughts/comments?