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Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
Information Literacy Skills
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Information Literacy Skills

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  • 1. Information literacy skills the Web 2.0 way Library and Museum Technology, South Tasmanian Polytechnic
  • 2. Project brief
    • To ensure students succeed in Diploma units which include many Web 2.0 applications by providing scaffolding at basic level first
    • To use workplace based scenarios
    • To work with industry partners and current Diploma students to create teachers’ toolkit for state wide use in delivery
  • 3. Meetings
    • First meeting established workplace based scenarios with industry reps
    • Second meeting - draft delivery plan
    • Third meeting - affirmed trial delivery plan
    • Fourth meeting – examined students’ work
  • 4. Our first trial class
  • 5. First trial
    • Class of 16
    • Previously completed CULLB005B Search Databases experience
    • Mixed group
    • After second class split into two groups to trial sequentially
      • Saved money in budget by using Elluminate for state wide meetings
  • 6. Teachers’ toolkits
    • Blog using blogsome
      • Http://informationliteracy.blogsome.com
      • Managing links, uploading pages, stability of site
      • See students’ comments
    • Blog using blogger
      • http://developinginformationliteracy.blogspot.com
    • QAG Assessment, delivery plans, resources
  • 7. Students’ practice on blogs
    • Michael's blog
    • Janey's blog
    • Kaz's blog
    • Ben's blog
    • Sarah's blog
    • Janine's blog
    • Jo's blog
    • Christine's blog
  • 8. Students work
    • Research
      • Libraries, RSS and Delicious
      • Libraries and blogs
      • Libraries and Flickr
    • Reports
  • 9. Students presenting their reports
  • 10. Second trial
    • New class of 8
    • Build on evaluations from previous class
    • Longer time frame
    • Teachers’ toolkit available
    • Examples of students’ work available
  • 11. Problems
    • Missing blog
    • Student participant unwell
    • Industry commitments
    • Teaching commitments
    • Firewalls and IT infrastructure
    • Long service leave?
  • 12. Achievements
    • “ Each lesson there are a few changes from the last, and each change is, in my opinion, for the better. So far, so good!” Comment by Karen Conway - June 30, 2009
    • “ Thanks Leonie so much, it was great!” Comment by Jo Carswell July 7, 2009
    • “ This lesson was a pretty good example of how they should be structured” Comment by Ben Gardner July 9, 2009
  • 13. Questions?
    • For more information contact [email_address]
    • Ph 0448 059 424

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