Kelly LambertPhoenix College: Maricopa Community College District
“In our 21st century society— accelerated, media-saturated, and automated—a new literacy  is required, one more broadly de...
Digital                   measure of the ability of users to perform tasks in digital environments.Literacy?        Media ...
“ability to use digital technology, communications     tools, and/or networks to access, manage,   integrate, evaluate, an...
   The online health-information environment is going mobile. 17%    of cell phone users have used their phone to look up...
    Global Culture of attitude and values related to online freedom     of expression, privacy, trust and security.    N...
Recommended Passing Score:iSkills Test      165 out of possible 300 Fall 2007       Average PC Score: 133 
Recommended Passing Score:iSkills Test      165 out of possible 300 Fall 2007       Average PC Score: 133  PC Library    ...
Never             Low Use              High use        No answer                                 (1x or several times a   ...
Recommended Passing Score:  iSkills Test      165 out of possible 300   Fall 2007       Average PC Score: 133   PC Librar...
Course Competencies:   1.     Identify information seeking behavior in relation to cultural background and           expe...
   Information Seeking Survey:     Survey adapted from: Head, A.J. and Eisenberg,     M. B. (2009) How College Students ...
   Information Seeking Survey:     Survey adapted from: Head, A.J. and Eisenberg,     M. B. (2009) How College Students ...
Web Evaluation  Carousel
Finding sources,    blogging,reviewing others    sources.
Complexities of information in a global 2.0 world
Complexities of information in a global 2.0 world
Complexities of information in a global 2.0 world
Complexities of information in a global 2.0 world
From: http://www.hitwise.com/us/datacenter/main/dashboard-10133.html
From: http://www.hitwise.com/us/datacenter/main/dashboard-10133.html
Access to                                               World Poverty      Information    (smoking baby)       Poverty F...
 Plagiarism statistics reveal  that 54% school students  admitted to have plagiarized  content from the Internet  and 74%...
   Copyright matters     presenter on video game industry   Citation     Why giving credit matters (formal writing and...
Xtranormal:academic integrity & plagiarism
“Privacy is Dead.”            – Mark Zuckerberg               (January 2010)
   Web 2.0 Tools Used to Manage Information     Weebly – class webpages     NoodleTools – citation generator and organi...
   Mohammed Cartoon Controversy and Media Censorship   Iraq War and Embedded Journalism (journalist part of battalion of...
http://infoskills.weebly.comIFS102 CurriculumSpecial Thanks to Jenny Vargas, co-author of IFS102, Phoenix College  Curricu...
Association of College and Research Libraries. (2003). Information literacy competency standards for higher education.Amer...
Smith, S., Salaway, S., & Caruso, J. B. (2009). The ECAR study of undergraduate students and information technology, 2009(...
Kelly LambertPhoenix College: Maricopa Community College District
Information Skills in a Global 2.0 World
Information Skills in a Global 2.0 World
Information Skills in a Global 2.0 World
Information Skills in a Global 2.0 World
Information Skills in a Global 2.0 World
Information Skills in a Global 2.0 World
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  • Ask question and get responses from audience before showing quote.
  • Indicators of digital world
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  • Discuss need for teaching students how to use search engines and social networks and web 2.0 sites to find information…no longer print or encyclopedias
  • Discuss need for teaching students how to use search engines and social networks and web 2.0 sites to find information…no longer print or encyclopedias
  • Information Skills in a Global 2.0 World

    1. 1. Kelly LambertPhoenix College: Maricopa Community College District
    2. 2. “In our 21st century society— accelerated, media-saturated, and automated—a new literacy is required, one more broadly defined than the ability to read and write.”Jones-Kavalier, Barbara R., and Suzanne L. Flannigan. "Connecting the Digital Dots: Literacy of the 21st Century." Educause Quarterly. EDUCAUSE, 9 Nov. 2006. Web. 20 Oct. 2010.
    3. 3. Digital measure of the ability of users to perform tasks in digital environments.Literacy? Media the ability to access, analyze, evaluate and create information Literacy? in a variety of media formats including print and non-print Info the ability to locate, evaluate and use informationLiteracy? Visual the ability to discriminate and interpret the visible actions, Literacy? objects, symbols, natural or man-made, that she/he encounters in their environment Other Photo Visual Literacy? Reproduction Literacy?Literacy?
    4. 4. “ability to use digital technology, communications tools, and/or networks to access, manage, integrate, evaluate, and create information in order to function in a knowledge society. In other words, although reading, writing, listening, and speaking are paramount, todays students must be able to decipher meaning and express ideas through a range of media”.ICT Literacy Panel. (2007). Digital transformation: A framework for ICT literacy. Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.
    5. 5.  The online health-information environment is going mobile. 17% of cell phone users have used their phone to look up health or medical information and 9% have software applications or "apps" on their phones that help them track or manage their health (Mobile Health 2010). 58% of Americans have researched a product or service online; 24% have posted comments or reviews online about the things they buy (Online Product Search). Tech experts generally believe that today’s tech-savvy young people will retain their willingness to share personal information online even as they get older and take on more responsibilities (Millennials and Social Media).
    6. 6.  Global Culture of attitude and values related to online freedom of expression, privacy, trust and security. Newly emerging nations are becoming dominant nations online. Users desire freedom of expression, privacy, trust, and security. Newly adopting are more liberal, older adopting countries more conservative in relation to Internet applications and content.World Economic Forum (2011). The New internet: A Global Perspective on Freedom of Expression, Privacy, Trust and Security Online.Retrieved September 19, 2011, from: http://www.weforum.org/reports/new-internet-world
    7. 7. Recommended Passing Score:iSkills Test 165 out of possible 300 Fall 2007 Average PC Score: 133 
    8. 8. Recommended Passing Score:iSkills Test 165 out of possible 300 Fall 2007 Average PC Score: 133  PC Library Based on Informing InnovationTech Survey Technology Survey by Char Booth, Ohio University Fall 2009
    9. 9. Never Low Use High use No answer (1x or several times a (Weekly or more) semester)Text message* 40 (9%) 25 (6%) 350 (79%) 27 (6%)Instant message 223 (50%) 47 (11%) 140 (32%) 33 (7%)Search the Web* 197 (44%) 25 (56%) 189 (43%) 32 (7%)Send email 201 (45%) 41 (9%) 172 (39%) 29 (7%)Download music 242 (54%) 78 (18%) 96 (22%) 28 (6%)Play games 248 (56%) 72 (16%) 91 (21%) 32 (7%)Listen to podcasts 319 (72%) 34 (8%) 58 (13%) 33 (7%)Watch or record 239 (54%) 69 (15%) 106 (24%) 30 (7%)videos*Read e-books 336 (76%) 38 (9%) 37 (8%) 33 (7%)
    10. 10. Recommended Passing Score: iSkills Test 165 out of possible 300 Fall 2007 Average PC Score: 133  PC Library Based on Informing Innovation Tech Survey Technology Survey by Char Fall 2009 Booth, Ohio UniversityReview MCCCD Address the above &IFS Curriculum Fall 2009 Let’s Make This Fun!
    11. 11. Course Competencies: 1. Identify information seeking behavior in relation to cultural background and experiences. 2. Select relevant sources, determine usefulness and examine reliability of information. 3. Compare and contrast global inequities in information access, production, and distribution. 4. Create original information sources in an ethical manner. 5. Apply word processing and web collaboration tools to produce and distribute information. 6. Explain the effect of technology on the production and distribution of information.Course Outline: Information Seeking Behavior • Information Literacy • Information Access Information Creation • Information Distribution
    12. 12.  Information Seeking Survey:  Survey adapted from: Head, A.J. and Eisenberg, M. B. (2009) How College Students Seek Information in the Digital Age. http://projectinfolit.org/pdfs/PIL_Fall2009_Year1Report_12_2009.pdf  Taken by students, others on campus, family  Looked for diversity in participants
    13. 13.  Information Seeking Survey:  Survey adapted from: Head, A.J. and Eisenberg, M. B. (2009) How College Students Seek Information in the Digital Age. http://projectinfolit.org/pdfs/PIL_Fall2009_Year1Report_12_2009.pdf  Taken by students, others on campus, family  Looked for diversity in participants
    14. 14. Web Evaluation Carousel
    15. 15. Finding sources, blogging,reviewing others sources.
    16. 16. Complexities of information in a global 2.0 world
    17. 17. Complexities of information in a global 2.0 world
    18. 18. Complexities of information in a global 2.0 world
    19. 19. Complexities of information in a global 2.0 world
    20. 20. From: http://www.hitwise.com/us/datacenter/main/dashboard-10133.html
    21. 21. From: http://www.hitwise.com/us/datacenter/main/dashboard-10133.html
    22. 22. Access to  World Poverty Information (smoking baby) Poverty Facts & Stats. Global Issues. http://www.globalissues.org/article/26/poverty-facts-and-stats2 Year Old Smokes 40 Cigarettes A Day. http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/odd/2010-05/30/c_13323923.htm
    23. 23.  Plagiarism statistics reveal that 54% school students admitted to have plagiarized content from the Internet and 74% students accepted cheating at least once in an academic year (Education Week). About 66% of the students from reputed American Universities, have plagiarized content from the Internet (Center for Academic Integrity)
    24. 24.  Copyright matters  presenter on video game industry Citation  Why giving credit matters (formal writing and personal web spaces)  Using citation generators  What you CAN do! Empowering instead of dissuading Protecting Yourself on the Web Plagiarism Survey of Selves and Others: Have you ever done this (scenarios) Xtranormal Modeling by Behavior
    25. 25. Xtranormal:academic integrity & plagiarism
    26. 26. “Privacy is Dead.” – Mark Zuckerberg (January 2010)
    27. 27.  Web 2.0 Tools Used to Manage Information  Weebly – class webpages  NoodleTools – citation generator and organizer  Google Apps ▪ Docs (Documents and Forms) ▪ Gmail  Social Bookmarking
    28. 28.  Mohammed Cartoon Controversy and Media Censorship Iraq War and Embedded Journalism (journalist part of battalion of troops) Google in China and Access to Information Iran Student Protestors and their Freedom of Expression Through Social Media Technology and Troop Moral Personal lives of people in the spotlight (politicians, and celebrities) – not so personal anymore. Music and technology – sampling and peer-to-peer sharing Privacy on the Internet Keeping Things ‘Free’ on the Internet. Technology and outsourcing of jobs
    29. 29. http://infoskills.weebly.comIFS102 CurriculumSpecial Thanks to Jenny Vargas, co-author of IFS102, Phoenix College Curriculum Office and Kandice Mickelson for assistance with curriculum revisions.Char Booth’s Tech Survey adapted and delivered with Ann Roselle and Phoenix College Library colleagues. iSkills delivered by the PC Information Literacy Assessment Committee
    30. 30. Association of College and Research Libraries. (2003). Information literacy competency standards for higher education.American Library Association. Retrieved January 31, 2010, from:http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/standards/standards.pdfBooth, Char. (2009). Informing Innovation: Tracking Student Interest in Emerging Library Technologies at Ohio University. ACRL.http://www.alastore.ala.org/detail.aspx?ID=2704BBC. (2011). SuperPower: The Extraordinary Power of the Internet. Retrieved September 19, 2011, from:http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/specialreports/superpower.shtmlCalifornia Emerging Technology Fund (2008). California ICT digital literacy assessments and curriculum framework. CETF ICTDigital Literacy Initiative – Consensus Document. Retrieved January 31, 2010, from:http://www.ictliteracy.info/rf.pdf/California%20ICT%20Assessments%20and%20Curriculum%20Framework.pdfICT Literacy Panel. (2007). Digital transformation: A framework for ICT literacy. Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.Retrieved January 31, 2010, from:http://www.ets.org/Media/Tests/Information_and_Communication_Technology_Literacy/ictreport.pdfJones-Kavalier, Barbara R., and Suzanne L. Flannigan. Connecting the Digital Dots: Literacy of the 21st Century. EducauseQuarterly. EDUCAUSE, 9 Nov. 2006. Web. 20 Oct. 2010.http://www.educause.edu/EDUCAUSE+Quarterly/EDUCAUSEQuarterlyMagazineVolum/ConnectingtheDigitalDotsLitera/157395Markauskaite, L. (2006). Towards an integrated analytical framework of information and communications technology literacy:From intended to implemented and achieved dimensions. Information Research, 11(3), 252. Retrieved January 31, 2010, fromhttp://InformationR.net/ir/11-3/paper252.htmlMeasuring 21st Century Skills. (2009). eSchool News. Retrieved January 31, 2010, fromhttp://www.eschoolnews.com/resources/measuring-21st-century-skills/
    31. 31. Smith, S., Salaway, S., & Caruso, J. B. (2009). The ECAR study of undergraduate students and information technology, 2009(Research Study, Vol. 6). Boulder, CO: EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research. Retrieved January 31, 2010, fromhttp://www.educause.edu/ecarSpence, R., & Smith, M. (2009). A dialogue on ICTs, human development, growth and poverty reduction: A backgroundpaper. The Harvard Forum. Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and Canadas InternationalDevelopment Research Centre. Retrieved January 31, 2010, from:http://publius.cc/dialogue_icts_human_development_growth_and_poverty_reduction/091109Stiller, E., & LeBlanc, C. (2006). From computer literacy to cyber-literacy. The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges,21(6), 4-13.U.S. Department of Education. (1996). Technological Literacy. Retrieved January 31, 2010, from:http://www.ed.gov/updates/PresEDPlan/part11.htmlWorld Economic Forum (2011). The New internet: A Global Perspective on Freedom of Expression, Privacy, Trust and Security Online. Retrieved September 19, 2011, from: http://www.weforum.org/reports/new-internet-worldZittrain, J. L. (2006). The generative Internet. Harvard Law Review, 119, 1974-2040.Other Resources:Center for Academic Integrity @ Clemson University http://www.academicintegrity.org/index.phpIFS 102 @ PC (Kelly Lambert) http://infoskills.weebly.comMCCCD Course- IFS 102: Introduction to Information Skills in a Global Society http://www.maricopa.edu/curriculum/D-L/104ifs102.html
    32. 32. Kelly LambertPhoenix College: Maricopa Community College District

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