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    Using info diaries to synthesize information literacy competencies chapman u Using info diaries to synthesize information literacy competencies chapman u Presentation Transcript

    • Using Info Diaries toSynthesize InformationLiteracy Competencies:Access, Evaluation & UseLettycia TerronesReference & Instruction LibrarianCal State University Los Angeles
    • Students as ParticipantsLearner-Centered-Teaching asks the instructorto “facilitate and guide learners … to do thework of learning, to become actively involved inthe material to be learned, and to then createtheir own understanding of that material.”(Kaplowitz, 2012, p. 8)*Equipping students to “Enter into the Conversation!”
    • ACRL Info Literacy CompetencyStandards for Higher EducationDetermine the information needAccess information effectively and efficientlyEvaluate information and its sources criticallyUse information effectively to accomplish a specificpurposeUnderstand issues surrounding the use of information,and access/use information ethicallyAssociation of College and Research Libraries. (2002). Information literacy competency standards for higher education. Chicago, IL: ALA.Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/standards/standards.pdf
    • InfoLit How to Equip StudentsResearch questionKeywords/Subject headingsAccessing sourcesEvaluate & Use informationUnderstand ethics of infoaccess and use
    • Critical Thinking… is PRESENT in all steps of theresearch process!Critical Thinking & Information Literacyare not in competition, but rathercomplement each other.
    • Entering the ConversationRodburg, M. (1999). Moving from Assignment to Topic. Retrieved from http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~wricntr/documents/Topic.htmlWriting is not playing someone elses game.Successful writing involves the creation andframing of your own questions about the sourcesyouve chosen. You want to attend to theassignment at the same time that you locate andarticulate your own, particular interest in it.(Rodburg, 1999)
    • InfoLit How to Equip StudentsResearch questionKeywords/Subject headingsAccessing sourcesEvaluate & Use informationUnderstand ethics of infoaccess and use= Participation (CREATE!)
    • ReferencesAssociation of College and Research Libraries. (2002). Information literacy competency standards forhigher education. Chicago, IL: ALA. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/standards/standards.pdfKaplowitz, J. R. (2012). Transforming information literacy instruction using learner-centered teaching.London, England: Facet Publishing.Rodburg, M. (1999). Moving from assignment to topic. Retrieved from http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~wricntr/documents/Topic.htmlTerrones, L. (2013). LIBR 250 course webpage. Retrieved from http://calstatela.libguides.com/terrones_libr250