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More than just Recycling:
Transforming Information Literacy
through
High-Impact Discipline-Specific
Instruction
Natalie Bu...
Poll Everywhere
More than just Recycling:
Transforming Information Literacy
through
High-Impact Discipline-Specific
Instruction
Natalie Bu...
Stephen “Mike” Kiel
University of Baltimore
skiel@ubalt.edu
I now tweet @ Smikiel.
HIST295 – The Historian’s Toolkit
- His...
Claire Holmes
Towson University
cholmes@towson.edu
I tweet @TUEdLibrarian.
Elementary Education Courses:
•Children's Liter...
Natalie Burclaff
University of Baltimore
nburclaff@ubalt.edu
I lurk @NattieBur.
Marketing Course
Marketing Management,
an ...
4 Common/Transformative Themes:
Discipline-Specific Priorities
Collaboration
Instruction Techniques
Assessment Strateg...
Identifying Discipline-Specific Priorities
Think-Pair-Share
Identify your instructional priorities
related to information ...
Priorities- History
• Navigating Archives and Special Collections
•Using sources to describe “context”
•Chicago Citations
Priorities- Education
• Promote student success on key course
assignments
•Inspire students to integrate children’s
litera...
Priorities - Marketing
• Identify the data needed
• Apply data and analysis to marketing concepts
• Cite information from ...
Collaboration
Please share with a show of hands…
•Is there a faculty member who
advocates for the library in the
departmen...
Collaboration – History
• One very devoted Faculty member
• Teaching repeatedly and exclusively
• Enabling overhaul of sch...
Collaboration - Education
•Build in essential co-planning time
•Leverage access to learning management
system (Blackboard)...
Collaboration – Marketing
• Right time, right place, right person
• Former Dean of the Business School
• New faculty member
Instruction Techniques
Instruction Techniques– History
• Using personal examples
• The pocket watch
• Hands on archive experience
• Experiential ...
Instruction Techniques- Education
•Flipped model – self-paced tutorial module
•In– class group activities
•Children’s book...
Instruction Techniques - Marketing
• Team work
• Worksheets (!)
• Depth vs. Breadth
• Applied learning
Instruction Techniques
Write on your post-it note:
Given the learning priority you identified
earlier, which instructional...
Assessment Strategies – History
• Guided practical assessment
• Museum Description
• Rubric based
• In class mini-research...
Assessment Strategies - Education
•Scavenger hunt activity
•Exit ticket: “today’s takeaway”
•Google doc to anchor group’s ...
Assessment strategies - Marketing
• Formative
– Worksheet
– Group discussion
• Rubric
– Position
– Relevance
– Use
– Style...
c
THANK YOU!
SlideShare link:
Natalie Burclaff, Claire Holmes, S. Mike Kiel
ACRL 2015
#acrltransformativeinfolit
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ACRL 2015 Panel Presentation. More than just recycling: transforming information literacy through high-impact discipline-specific instruction.

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Envision transformative results when library instructors integrate high impact pedagogical practices into information literacy instructional design. Varying models of instruction for discipline-specific information literacy learning outcomes will be discussed using examples from upper level courses in history, education and other disciplines. Collaboration with faculty, expanded content knowledge and an emphasis on active and applied learning all facilitate the design of course integrated information literacy lessons and activities which foster student engagement, learning and success.

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ACRL 2015 Panel Presentation. More than just recycling: transforming information literacy through high-impact discipline-specific instruction.

  1. 1. More than just Recycling: Transforming Information Literacy through High-Impact Discipline-Specific Instruction Natalie Burclaff, Claire Holmes, S. Mike Kiel ACRL 2015 #acrltransformativeinfolit
  2. 2. Poll Everywhere
  3. 3. More than just Recycling: Transforming Information Literacy through High-Impact Discipline-Specific Instruction Natalie Burclaff, Claire Holmes, S. Mike Kiel ACRL 2015 #acrltransformativeinfolit
  4. 4. Stephen “Mike” Kiel University of Baltimore skiel@ubalt.edu I now tweet @ Smikiel. HIST295 – The Historian’s Toolkit - Historical Research methods class at the beginning of the degree program - Several years of librarian involvement
  5. 5. Claire Holmes Towson University cholmes@towson.edu I tweet @TUEdLibrarian. Elementary Education Courses: •Children's Literature & Other Materials for Reading and Language Arts in Elementary School •Teaching Linguistically Diverse Learners in the Classroom
  6. 6. Natalie Burclaff University of Baltimore nburclaff@ubalt.edu I lurk @NattieBur. Marketing Course Marketing Management, an information literacy-intensive course for business majors
  7. 7. 4 Common/Transformative Themes: Discipline-Specific Priorities Collaboration Instruction Techniques Assessment Strategies
  8. 8. Identifying Discipline-Specific Priorities Think-Pair-Share Identify your instructional priorities related to information literacy in your liaison area.
  9. 9. Priorities- History • Navigating Archives and Special Collections •Using sources to describe “context” •Chicago Citations
  10. 10. Priorities- Education • Promote student success on key course assignments •Inspire students to integrate children’s literature into content area lesson planning •Model teacher-librarian collaboration •Facilitate readiness to teach K-12 info lit (digital citizenship)
  11. 11. Priorities - Marketing • Identify the data needed • Apply data and analysis to marketing concepts • Cite information from business research
  12. 12. Collaboration Please share with a show of hands… •Is there a faculty member who advocates for the library in the departments for which you provide instruction? •Do you have regular access to course assignments?
  13. 13. Collaboration – History • One very devoted Faculty member • Teaching repeatedly and exclusively • Enabling overhaul of scheduling and content • 5 sessions every other week • Assignment redesign
  14. 14. Collaboration - Education •Build in essential co-planning time •Leverage access to learning management system (Blackboard) and course information •Practice effective co-teaching
  15. 15. Collaboration – Marketing • Right time, right place, right person • Former Dean of the Business School • New faculty member
  16. 16. Instruction Techniques
  17. 17. Instruction Techniques– History • Using personal examples • The pocket watch • Hands on archive experience • Experiential Learning • Practice, Practice, Practice • Evaluation in multiple media
  18. 18. Instruction Techniques- Education •Flipped model – self-paced tutorial module •In– class group activities •Children’s books read aloud in pairs •Rubric used to examine cultural relevance •Collaborative content creation
  19. 19. Instruction Techniques - Marketing • Team work • Worksheets (!) • Depth vs. Breadth • Applied learning
  20. 20. Instruction Techniques Write on your post-it note: Given the learning priority you identified earlier, which instructional technique(s) do you think are the most effective?
  21. 21. Assessment Strategies – History • Guided practical assessment • Museum Description • Rubric based • In class mini-research • “Find an article relating to the historical context of a relative”
  22. 22. Assessment Strategies - Education •Scavenger hunt activity •Exit ticket: “today’s takeaway” •Google doc to anchor group’s work & report out (and provide data) •Reflective blog post
  23. 23. Assessment strategies - Marketing • Formative – Worksheet – Group discussion • Rubric – Position – Relevance – Use – Style – Seamlessness
  24. 24. c
  25. 25. THANK YOU! SlideShare link: Natalie Burclaff, Claire Holmes, S. Mike Kiel ACRL 2015 #acrltransformativeinfolit

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