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Keynote Addressed delivered by MASuva during the Basic IL forum sponsored by Association of Laguna Librarians (ALL)

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  • Madeline M. Suva Associate Professor Department of Development Journalism College of Development Communication INFORMATION a challenge to librarians LITERACY:
  • WORKERS INFO
  • WE LIVE IN THE INFORMATION AGE.
  • INFORMATION AGE
    • Began in 1970
      • Greater quantities available to individuals
      • Widespread access to information
    INFORMATION AGE
    • AN
    WE LIVE IN INFORMATION SOCIETY
  • INFORMATION SOCIETY
    • A society where..
    • “ Information work predominates, and information is the most valuable resource".
    - Dennis McQuail
  • INFORMATION RICH vs.
      • We all have
      • the right
      • “ to know.”
    INFORMATION POOR
  • POOR? INFO
  • INFO RICH?
    • live in cities, and other urban places
    •  
    live in rural areas, remote areas, areas with no access to any kind of technology. LOCATION Info Poor Info Rich In terms of
  • EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT In terms of EDUCATED   NON-EDUCATED Info Poor Info Rich
  • FINANCIAL STATUS In terms of High Income Unemployed Info Poor Info Rich
  • INFORMATION LITERACY
  • INFORMATION LITERACY
    • A transformational process in which the learner needs to:
      • Find
      • Understand
      • Evaluate
      • Use information in various forms
  • AIM IS TO DEVELOP CRITICAL THINKING HOW?
    • Recognize a need for information
    • Identify the types and sources of information required to address a problem
    CRITICAL THINKING DEVELOPING
    • Find and retrieve information using different media
    • Use the information effectively and appropriately
    • Critically evaluate the information and its sources
    CRITICAL THINKING DEVELOPING
    • Understand the discipline specific nature of information
    • Recognise information literacy as a prerequisite for lifelong learning
    DEVELOPING CRITICAL THINKING
      • WHY IS
    INFO LITERACY IMPORTANT?
  • Why is information literacy important?
    • strong analytical, critical thinking
    • problem-solving skills 
    • capable and valuable employee, with much to contribute.
    • Provides skills to know:
        • when we need information
        • where to locate it effectively and efficiently.
    Why is information literacy important?
    • In our information rich world,
    • there is a growing need for researchers to become critical users .
    Why is information literacy important?
  • The information literacy curriculum includes
    • Tool literacy - The ability to use print and electronic resources including software and online resources.
    • Resource literacy - The ability to understand the form, format, location and methods for accessing information resources.
    • .
    The information literacy curriculum includes
    • Social-structural literacy - Knowledge of how information is socially situated and produced. It includes understanding the scholarly publishing process.
    The information literacy curriculum includes
    • Research literacy - The ability to understand and use information technology tools to carry out research, including the use of discipline-related software and online resources.
    The information literacy curriculum includes
    • Publishing literacy - The ability to produce a text or multimedia report of research results.
    The information literacy curriculum includes
  • FROM SOME COUNTRIES EXAMPLES
  • United States
      • Created an Internet Literacy Portal to access a comprehensive database of worldwide IL initiatives of all kinds
      • Established the Literacy Initiative for Empowerment (LIFE) programme
    UNESCO From
      • Organizations
  • HOW CAN YOU USE it?
    • “ As librarians, we must ensure that all people have the skills—as well as the resources—to realize life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
    --Nancy Kranich, president, 2000-2001, American Library Association
  • Challenge to Librarians
    • partners in information literacy education
    • experienced searchers
    • information architects
    • knowledge engineers
    • decision-support specialists
    • knowledge manager
    • provide the infrastructure that enables information
    Challenge to Librarians
  • Challenge to Librarians
    • organize and manage knowledge needed by information seekers
    • Find more ways on how to make information useful through the technologies available at present.
      • AND
    INTERFACE BETWEEN LIBRARIANS TEACHERS
    • There is no one better able to bring about change than a teacher-librarian working in partnership with school administration, classroom teachers and students.
    INTERFACE
  • sources
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    • _________._______. Information Society. http://cbdd.wsu.edu/kewlcontent/cdoutput/TR501/page8.htm . [May 20, 2008]
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    • Association of College and Research Libraries.______. What is Information Literacy. http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlissues/acrlinfolit/infolitoverview/introtoinfolit/introinfolit.cfm#what . [May 20, 2008]
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    • Associationof College and Research Libraries. ________. What is Information Literacy. http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlissues/acrlinfolit/infolitoverview/infolitforfac/infolitfaculty.cfm . [May 20,2008]
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    • D. Abilock. 2008. What is Information Literacy. http://www.noodletools.com/debbie/literacies/information/1over/infolit1.html . [May 20, 2008]
    • Deakin University. _________. What is Information Literacy . http://www.deakin.edu.au/library/findout/information_literacy.php . [May 20, 2008]
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    • Durrance, J. C. _______. Creating Information Communities: Strategies for Success. http://www.si.umich.edu/helpseek/Publications/LAMApub.htm . [May 20, 2008]
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    • Horton, F. W. _______. Understanding Information Literacy: A Primer. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0015/001570/157020e.pdf . [May 19, 2008]
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    • University of Idaho. ______. Why is Information Literacy important. http://www.webs.uidaho.edu/info_literacy/ . [May 20, 2008]
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    • Williams, Helene and Zald, Anne (1997)  “Redefining roles: librarians as partners in information literacy education"    Information Research , 3(1) Available at: http://informationr.net/ir/3-1/paper24.html
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  • maren avrille pascual ma. roxanne fatima s. rolle Acknowledgements
  • T A H K Y O N U !