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J Dunn AM Laws "Bridging the divide information literacy the forgotten link"


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Jackie Dunn and Ann-Marie Laws' presentation on "Bridging the divide: information literacy the forgotten link" delivered at the ARLG North East event Moving on up ... School/FE/HE transition held at Durham University Library January 2012.

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J Dunn AM Laws "Bridging the divide information literacy the forgotten link"

  2. 2. Production of an Online Toolkit toUnique support and share angle useful material Collaborative Outlook
  3. 3. FIRST STEPS ALONG THE BRIDGE P roportion of L ibrary P ers onnel who teac h as part of their job dis played by s ec tor 40 38 35 32 30 25 20 16 15 10 10 6 3 4 5 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Higher F urther S c hool S c hool (P rimary) P ublic P rivate Other E duc ation E duc ation (S ec ondary) Y es No Information Literacy Teaching Resources Design your own resources38% Use generic resources Use resources given to you by a 54% colleague 4% 4% Other
  4. 4. FURTHER STEPS ALONG THE BRIDGE Do you have Qualified Teacher Status? View of surveyed Library Personnel as to whether a teaching qualification should be standard 7% School Sector Yes Yes No No Higher Education 93% 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Quantity How would your rate you teaching? How would you rate your information literacy skiils?876 145 Excellent 12 Poor4 Good 10 Satisfactory3 Satisfactory 8 Good2 Poor 6 Excellent1 40 2 Excellent Good Satisfactory Poor 0 Rating 1
  5. 5. Tell a student andyou answer him for today; show himhow to learn and he learns forever.
  6. 6. Shadowing schemes are planned in the local area to promote the differences across the sector. Focus Groups are currently inthe planning stages and will be happening in the Spring of 2012.