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Navigating Our Way with the Framework for Information Literacy

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PaLA CRD Connect & Communicate: Framework Un-Conference, September 17, 2015 (5-minute panel)

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Navigating Our Way with the Framework for Information Literacy

  1. 1. NAVIGATING OUR WAY WITH THE FRAMEWORK FOR INFORMATION LITERACY DONNA WITEK * THE UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON @donnarosemary * donna.witek@scranton.edu Framework Unconference Virtual Panel PaLA CRD Connect & Communicate Series September 17, 2015 #acrlframework CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
  2. 2. First-Year Writing Spring 2015 3 sections, 2 instructors, 1-shot Assignments: researched argument OR researched proposed solution to an identified problem INSTRUCTIONAL CONTEXT #acrlframework By the end of this information literacy instruction session, students will: • Brainstorm research questions, search terms, and information types/formats related to their research topics • Identify search tools that match their information need(s) • Practice searching for and locating possible information sources for their research projects • Use the search process as an opportunity to strategically explore their research topics and questions CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
  3. 3. #acrlframework By the end of this information literacy instruction session, students will: • Brainstorm research questions, search terms, and information types/formats related to their research topics • Identify search tools that match their information need(s) • Practice searching for and locating possible information sources for their research projects • Use the search process as an opportunity to strategically explore their research topics and questions SEARCHING AS STRATEGIC EXPLORATION SCHOLARSHIP AS CONVERSATION INFORMATION CREATION AS A PROCESS RESEARCH AS INQUIRY MAPPING THE FRAMES CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
  4. 4. #acrlframework By the end of this information literacy instruction session, students will: • Brainstorm research questions, search terms, and information types/formats related to their research topics • Identify search tools that match their information need(s) • Practice searching for and locating possible information sources for their research projects • Use the search process as an opportunity to strategically explore their research topics and questions SKILLS / BEHAVIORAL DISPOSITIONAL / VALUE / ATTITUDE EXPANDING OUR (LEARNING) DOMAINS CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
  5. 5. #acrlframework TO MAP EVERY STAR (OR NOT) Image “Uncountable Stars” by James Wheeler (Flickr user james_wheeler) licensed CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 (license / summary) Not every worthy outcome is assessable... CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

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