We are instructing in a variety of ways – not always in the info lit classroom…So let’s talk about signs…or “wayfinding”…
Libraries are sign happy…lots of bad signs…what do you think of this one?What is the goal of this sign?Is it reactive or proactive?
How about these? What are they trying to convey?Effective?
Pathfinders or subject guides – a form of information literacy?
Venn diagrams are often used to show boolean logic….what are these telling you? Are they helpful? What are the assumptions?low and cholesterolsheep and cattle and chickenscoins and (francs or pesos)(solar and houses) not heatingCan you think of other ways to describe boolean logic to your students?
Have you ever used a video or a podcast in your instruction?How do you see it used?What do you think of librarians creating their own music video…or the Lady Gaga librarians? How does this help or hurt the image of librarians?Embedding videos within tutorials…
Start with book on pg 166 – 171Mechanics vs. Concepts…what to teach in person or face-to-faceJargon….not just computer jargonMinimalist….what do you think of these slides?
AHHHH!!!!! Where to go with this…
Take a minute to read these….What do you think?A reasonable and limited use of copyrighted work without the author's permission, such as quoting from a book in a book review or using parts of it in a parody. Fair use is a defense to an infringement claim, depending on the following statutory factors: (1) the purpose and character of the use, (2) the nature of the copyrighted work, (3) the amount of the work used, and (4) the economic impact of the use. (p. 598)Interlibrary loan (ILL) is a good example of how fair use is relied upon by libraries, and of how the DMCA has curtailed libraries' ability to function. ILL permits patrons to borrow materials from libraries that are out of geographic reach; under the DMCA, this practice is not allowed for copyrighted digital objects. A library "may loan [a] digital copy to another library which has lawful possession of the original. However, neither library may allow a member of the public to take the digital copy away from the library" (Lutzker, 1999, p. 23). This results in different rules for ILL, limiting how libraries can serve the public. As a result of the DMCA's provisions, libraries are limited in how specific types of materials can be used, thus eliminating the concept of technological neutrality within copyright law.Let’s watch this TED talk http://www.ted.com/talks/margaret_stewart_how_youtube_thinks_about_copyright.htmlWork with your institutions…check out this link http://copyright.uncc.edu/Read! Go to workshops!
Information Literacy Instructional Tools
Stuff Press record3 Fabulous job on papers!!!! Webinar Stephen Bell It Takes Librarians and Faculty: Using Project Information Literacy to Improve Student Research Skills Metrolina Library Association Instructional Technology Summit – April, 4th 2 – 4.
EducationWe are doing it all the time…in a lot of ways 4
13What do we do? Fair Use DMCA the purpose and character of the use, including imposes rules prohibiting the circumvention whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for of technological protection measures nonprofit educational purposes -- uses in nonprofit educational institutions are more likely to be fair use than works used for commercial purposes, but not all sets limitations on copyright infringement educational uses are fair use. liability for online service providers (OSPs) the nature of the copyrighted work -- reproducing a expands an existing exemption for making factual work is more likely to be fair use than a creative work such as a musical composition copies of computer programs the amount and significance of the portion used in provides a significant updating of the rules relation to the entire work -- reproducing smaller and procedures regarding archival portions of a work is more likely to be fair use than preservation large or essentials portions the impact of the use upon the potential market for or mandates a study of distance education value of the copyrighted work -- uses which have no activities in networked environments or little market impact are more likely to be fair than those that interfere with potential markets. mandates a study of the effects of anti- circumvention protection rules on the "first sale" doctrine