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Creating and Sharing Information Literacy Learning Designs

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Presentation delivered during the European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL), Istanbul Turkey | 25 Oct 2013 as part of a workshop. More details about the workshop can be found at https://www.arber.com.tr/ecil2013.org/index.php/page,109,workshops

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Creating and Sharing Information Literacy Learning Designs

  1. 1. Eleni Zazani, Patricia Charlton and Diana Laurillard European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL) Istanbul Turkey | 25 Oct 2013 Creating and Sharing Information Literacy Learning Designs
  2. 2. Pedagogy – Information Literacy – Computation
  3. 3. Here’s what we’re going to cover 1 … Complete a short survey 2 … Introduction to the Learning Designer; 3 … Extension & adapting of a design; 4 … Reflection & Feedback 5 … create their own design or adapting one 6 … Develop a critique of the learning design experience 7 … Annotate your design with comments; 8 … Plenary Feedback Adapt –Design-share-Reuse-Critique
  4. 4. Vocabulary TEL: Technology-Enhanced Learning TLA: Teaching & Learning Activity Pattern: A model, an element or a method that can be replicated with little or no further alteration. OER: Open Educational Resources
  5. 5. INTRO Build on the work of others (BOTWOO) Develop knowledge of using TEL Aims Access to existing pedagogical patterns & OER Patterns and resources structured to reflect their pedagogy
  6. 6. INTRO Format tool for teachers to adopt, adapt, analyse, experiment, trial in practice, redesign, and share designs.
  7. 7. Ontology-based set of tools
  8. 8. What I liked most… Shifted my initial focus from aesthetics to structure while being highly creative. 1 2 Retained focus on the learner during the session’s design. 3 Aligned anticipated outcomes to learning and assessment for learning (AfL) activities.
  9. 9. What I liked most… Playing with different approaches and being able to see the outcome of them. 4 5 Build confidence in pedagogical design while trying alternative activities. 6 Balancing learning derived from acquisition, inquiry, practice, production and discussion and hence serving many learning styles.
  10. 10. What I liked most… Incorporating Technology- Enhanced Learning (TEL) activities 7 5 Engage in discussions with other educators. 6 Design - Teach - Reflect – Iterate - Design - Teach - Reflect – Iterate Design Teach ReflectIterate Learner LDer Tools
  11. 11. “ …many librarians suggested that being able to see someone’s teaching materials, their lesson plan and the activities they undertook in a session was the most useful part of releasing resources as OERs. (Secker, J., & Madjarevic, N. ,2012). “
  12. 12. It’s time to get your hands dirty Time: 15min
  13. 13. http://bit.ly/infolit-design
  14. 14. Extension and adapting of a simple design Time: 40min
  15. 15. tinyurl.com/ppcollector3 A library of patterns to browse, both generic and specific versions A blank canvas to start creating your own pattern
  16. 16. Click on “Show user generated patterns” button
  17. 17. Proceed to adapt this pattern
  18. 18. Adopt – Adapt – Import resources – Test and re-design – Share what works Read, Watch, Listen Investigate Discuss Practice Share Produce Adjust the type of learning activity. Edit the instructions.
  19. 19. Attach Resources – e.g. Add link to an OER, a digital tool for practice, etc. Adopt – Adapt – Import resources – Test and re-design – Share what works
  20. 20. Adopt – Adapt – Import resources – Test and re-design – Share what works
  21. 21. Check the feedback on the overall distribution of learning activity Adopt – Adapt – Import resources – Test and re-design – Share what works Export to the LDner Represent the teacher as present or not
  22. 22. Always click the HOME button to go back Adopt – Adapt – Import resources – Test and re-design – Share what works Open a saved design from your computer Save your Learning Design as an XML format to your computer
  23. 23. Feedback Discussion Time: 20min
  24. 24. Experiment to create your own design Time: 45min
  25. 25. FeedbackDiscussion Time: 15min
  26. 26. Patricia Charlton, @TrishCharlton p.charlton@ioe.ac.uk Eleni Zazani, @elenizazani e.zazani@bbk.ac.uk Diana Laurrilard, @thinksitthrough d.laurillard@ioe.ac.uk Get in contact with us.
  27. 27. References… Charlton P., Magoulas G., Laurillard, D. (2012) Enabling Creative Learning Design through Semantic Web Technologies, Journal of Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 21, 231-253. 1 2 Laurillard, D., (2012) “Teaching as a Design Science”, Building Pedagogical Patterns for Learning and Technology, New York, NY, Routledge 3 Secker, J., & Madjarevic, N. (2012). Sharing information literacy resources as open educational resources: lessons from DELILA. SCONUL Focus, (55), 14-17 4 Zazani, E. (2012). Who am I? My digital footprint. Download the lesson plan from http://eprints.bbk.ac.uk/id/eprint/8447, shared for first time during ECIL 2013.
  28. 28. Image Credits… Cover: “Universal Design for learning” by giulia.forsythe (CC BY NC-SA) http://flic.kr/p/dZzYDv Cover: Digital footprint wordle created by Eleni Zazani with Tagxedo.com . “Hands with paint” has derived from the original work, courtesy of Amaterasu-Sun-God (@MangoEnFango).http://amaterasu- sun-god.deviantart.com/art/Hands-with-paint-264147917 Slide 8: Cover slider of the “Digital footprint” presentation used for the workshops delivered for Birkbeck students, created by Eleni Zazani.

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