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  • Faculty intro

    1. 1. ISU Media Center Promoting Transliteracy Through: • Curation • Conversation • Collaboration • Creation
    2. 2. Lankes 2011
    3. 3. Libraries have gone from a place to gatherknowledge, to a place to create and transmit knowledge. Lankes 2011
    4. 4. Libraries have gone from a place to gatherknowledge, to a place to create and transmit knowledge.Knowledge is not some artifact or item, butrather a uniquely human resource arrived at through active conversation Lankes 2011
    5. 5. http://www.lcsc.edu/library/ILI/Classes/comm_arts.htm What is Transliteracy? The ability to read, write and interact using a variety of media, platforms and tools.
    6. 6. The illiterate of the 21st Century will not be those who can not read and write, but those who can not learn, unlearn and relearn. (Toffler)
    7. 7. The illiterate of the 21st Century will not be those who can not read and write, but those who can not learn, unlearn and relearn. (Toffler) It’s no longer enough just to focus on reading and writing
    8. 8. http://www.locksmith-wichita.com/dictionary/c.html Where does the library fit in? Providing students with opportunities for learning that increase their participation, conversation and ownership
    9. 9. Myth of the Digital Native• Students are great at using social media. They have little understanding of how to use technology for analytical and productive purposes.• Even when students find a good source, they don’t recognize it launch a new search• Over half of students begin their search by typing a question• They think a website is credible if it has “good vocabulary.”• 2/3 of students never check the author of an article or website (Finding Dulcinea 2010)
    10. 10. s. .. o rd r W th e http://www.playatlantic.com/why-study-in-the-usa/ n OI They don’t know what they don’t know
    11. 11. Library Aims • Curation • Conversation • Collaboration • Creation
    12. 12. Teachers are already overwhelmed; collaborating with the library can ease that burdenhttp://www.biosslimhealth.com/kathy/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/p108.overworked2_r1_c1.jpg
    13. 13. •Collaboratively planning, teaching and assessingresearch units for your students•Recommending resources•Providing classroom materials•Matching literature to textbook readings•Finding primary source material to use with your lessons•Preparing class lists of books to support the curriculum•Helping you produce instructional materials•Building information skills into your units of study•Providing guidance on copyright and ethical use ofmedia•Teaching appropriate MLA style•Teaching the research process•Purchasing materials to support your curriculum•Brainstorming project ideas, strategies and topics withyou

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