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CIC Information Fluency Workshops 2014 Philosophy, Religious Studies, and the History of Ideas

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  • Information Fluency: Challenges & Opportunities Julie Wroblewski, Archivist & Special Collections Librarian, Benedictine University
  • Fluency vs. Literacy Image source: http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/i-have-no-idea-what-im-doing
  • Planning and Preparation •Role of information fluency •Role of library and librarians •Communication with stakeholders
  • Mapping: Information Fluency > Curriculum
  • Mapping: ACRL > Courses > Exercises & Assessments
  • Initial Library/Librarian Involvement •Embedded instruction •Targeted research resources (primarily LibGuides)  http://libguides.ben.edu/content.php?pid= 85955 •Exercises and Assessment (through D2L)
  • Information Literacy Topics in Research Guides (LibGuides)
  • 100 Level Research Guide (LibGuide)
  • 100 Level Subject-Specific Research Guide (LibGuide)
  • Embedded Activity & Assessment in Learning Management System
  • Confronting and Embracing Technology Image source: http://dailyiphoneblog.com/2010/12/22/ipad-app-game-for-cats/
  • Emerging Opportunities and Challenges •The hammer/nail effect •Student-driven tactics •Enhancing academic rigor •Experiential learning and learning communities •Understanding “online students” and “students online” •Time, resources, and resistance to change
  • For More Information •Our research guides http://ben.edu/library/ •This slide set http://www.slideshare.net/jwroblewski/information-fluency-challenges-opportunities •Copies of mapping documents on SlideShare (also available by request) jwroblewski@ben.edu Julie Wroblewski, MLIS, ACA Archivist & Special Collections Librarian Benedictine University