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Information Literacy Session 8
Information Literacy Session 8
Information Literacy Session 8
Information Literacy Session 8
Information Literacy Session 8
Information Literacy Session 8
Information Literacy Session 8
Information Literacy Session 8
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Information Literacy Session 8

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  • The final step is to Communicate the Information
  • What is the purpose of your communication
    What are you trying to communicate?
    Who are you presenting it to?
    Colleagues
    Instructor
    What is the best format?
    Written
    Presentation Formats
    Speech
    Power Points
    Overheads
    Where are you going to present it?
    Classroom
    In the field
  • Remember these are different way of communicating information or Channels of Communication
    Channel you use should be selected based on its ability to facilitate effective communication
    Oral: Stand up and talk
    Professional appearance: dress, posture, organization, speaking loud and clear, appropriate
    Enthusiastic and attentive: engage audience
    Body language
    Listening skills: not just talking but interacting
    Avoid assumptions: that they already know what you are talking about
    Written
    Various kinds of written communication we talked about ways to communicate effectively this way earlier in the class
    Visually
    A picture says a thousand words
    Electronically
    Via Power Points, video, etc.
  • Now it is your turn
    Show us your completed Poster page
    What is your topic
    Why did you choose it
    Explain your outline
    Where did you get your sources
  • Answer: C
  • Answer: A
  • Answer: B
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    • 1. Information Literacy Session Eight “Whenever I found out anything remarkable, I have thought it my duty to put down my discovery on paper, so that all ingenious people might be informed thereof.” -Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
    • 2. Communicate the Information
    • 3. Communicating Information • General considerations – Goals of communicating • What are you trying to communicate? • Who are you presenting it to? – Form of communication • Written • Presentation: Speech, PowerPoint, Overhead, etc. – Logic and professionalism • Make sense • Take it seriously
    • 4. Communicating Information •Presenting information effectively •Methods of presentation •Oral •Written •Visually •Electronically • Factors in choosing method •Your audience •Type of information you are conveying •The presentation environment
    • 5. Your Turn • Share: – What your topic is – Why you chose it – Your outline – One or two of your most helpful sources
    • 6. Which of these questions should you NOT ask when preparing to communicate information? A. What are you trying to communicate? B. Who are you communicating to? C. What would impress my audience? D. Where is it going to be presented? CommandButton1
    • 7. A. True B. False Part of oral communication is using listening skills CommandButton1
    • 8. A. Define the need B. Conjecture the solution C. Evaluate the information D. Organize the information Which of these was NOT one of the five steps of Information Literacy? CommandButton1

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