Information LiteracyInstruction         Esther Grassian              IS245           6 Feb 2013                           1
Topics   Library Instruction, BI, IL, etc.   Teaching & Learning   Libraries & Information-Seeking   Active Learning E...
Library Instruction?                       5
Bibliographic Instruction (BI)              &Information Literacy (IL)? = ID, locate, evaluate & use    information effect...
IL Skills   ACRL IL Competency Standards for    Higher Education (2000)   SCONUL: Seven Pillars of Information    Litera...
Other Terms...     Metaliteracy     Transliteracy    Digital Literacy  Media & Information    Literacy (MIL)              ...
IL & Critical Thinking:    Crucial for All!                          9
“WIIFM” by SueKing2011, March 20, 2012http://www.flickr.com/photos/66719390@N08/7000816209/                         CC: A-...
Go to the Learners…   Online Tutorials & Exercises    Begin Research (UC-wide)   Videos    Weigle Information Commons Mu...
More…   Facebook & Google+   Blogs, Chat & Texting for reference   Twitter   Mobile Apps   Other Social Networking Si...
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Broader Scope..   IL in Accreditation Standards   iSkills (ETS)   Project SAILS   TRAILS                              ...
Active Learning?  “Sailors dance with children” by Official U.S. Naval Imagery, 11 Jul 2012       http://farm8.staticflick...
Active Learning   “…having learners do …, write …, say    something, play games, get up, move    around, interact, … take...
Broad topic: Gender Issues   Timeframe: 1995-2005   Geographic Region: California   Person/Group: African-American    w...
Topic Sentence/Argument“Over a ten-year period in  California, from 1995 to  2005, African-American women  with higher edu...
Try it!   IMMIGRATION – use 2 or more limiters:       Timeframe       Geographic region       Person/group       Even...
Think…   What did you like?   How would you do it differently?                                       21
Think-Pair-Share     “Comi-con 2011...” by Tony Aceves, July 23, 2011                 http://goo.gl/hZqtr CC: A-NC    “Tal...
Self-Reflection…                   23
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Exercises...               25
... in Context!“Crowds 5” by Bill Ward’s Brickpile, March 29, 2009 http://www.flickr.com/photos/billward/3398756008/      ...
What Stuck?•Form teams of 4 or 5•Create a numbered list:    •   Concepts/topics/ideas    •   Teaching Methods    •   Teach...
Remember to…   Respect the past   Use technology judiciously   Take pleasure in empowering learners!                   ...
YOUR QUESTIONS?     “Question Mark Graffiti” by Bilal Kamoon, March 11, 2012      http://www.flickr.com/photos/bilal-kamoo...
More Questions? Email Me!     Esther Grassian    estherg@ucla.edu                            30
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  1. 1. Information LiteracyInstruction Esther Grassian IS245 6 Feb 2013 1
  2. 2. Topics Library Instruction, BI, IL, etc. Teaching & Learning Libraries & Information-Seeking Active Learning Exercises “What Stuck?” 4
  3. 3. Library Instruction? 5
  4. 4. Bibliographic Instruction (BI) &Information Literacy (IL)? = ID, locate, evaluate & use information effectively (& ethically) 6
  5. 5. IL Skills ACRL IL Competency Standards for Higher Education (2000) SCONUL: Seven Pillars of Information Literacy (2012) AASL Standards for the 21st-Century Learner [K-12] (2007) 7
  6. 6. Other Terms... Metaliteracy Transliteracy Digital Literacy Media & Information Literacy (MIL) 8
  7. 7. IL & Critical Thinking: Crucial for All! 9
  8. 8. “WIIFM” by SueKing2011, March 20, 2012http://www.flickr.com/photos/66719390@N08/7000816209/ CC: A-SA 10
  9. 9. Go to the Learners… Online Tutorials & Exercises Begin Research (UC-wide) Videos Weigle Information Commons Music Video (U PA) Graphic Novel “Library of the Living Dead” (McPherson College) 11
  10. 10. More… Facebook & Google+ Blogs, Chat & Texting for reference Twitter Mobile Apps Other Social Networking Sites & Tools Virtual Worlds (e.g., Second Life) 12
  11. 11. 13
  12. 12. 14
  13. 13. Broader Scope.. IL in Accreditation Standards iSkills (ETS) Project SAILS TRAILS 15
  14. 14. Active Learning? “Sailors dance with children” by Official U.S. Naval Imagery, 11 Jul 2012 http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7279/7636581924_7c5acc8ef4.jpg CC: Attribution 16
  15. 15. Active Learning “…having learners do …, write …, say something, play games, get up, move around, interact, … take part in learning …[&] in thinking about their own learning…”Grassian & Kaplowitz, Information Literacy Instruction: Theory and Practice, 2d ed. (2009: 95) 17
  16. 16. Broad topic: Gender Issues Timeframe: 1995-2005 Geographic Region: California Person/Group: African-American women Event/Aspect: Higher education & state politics 18
  17. 17. Topic Sentence/Argument“Over a ten-year period in California, from 1995 to 2005, African-American women with higher education degrees had an increasing impact on state politics.”
  18. 18. Try it! IMMIGRATION – use 2 or more limiters:  Timeframe  Geographic region  Person/group  Event/aspect Focused Argument or Topic Sentence 20
  19. 19. Think… What did you like? How would you do it differently? 21
  20. 20. Think-Pair-Share “Comi-con 2011...” by Tony Aceves, July 23, 2011 http://goo.gl/hZqtr CC: A-NC “Talking Girls– Edit 2” by Beppie K., March 28, 2006 http://goo.gl/LSQA6 CC: A-NC-SA “sharing ideas” by Mural Corps, July 7, 2011 http://goo.gl/OF6uP CC:A-NC 22
  21. 21. Self-Reflection… 23
  22. 22. 24
  23. 23. Exercises... 25
  24. 24. ... in Context!“Crowds 5” by Bill Ward’s Brickpile, March 29, 2009 http://www.flickr.com/photos/billward/3398756008/ CC: Attribution 26
  25. 25. What Stuck?•Form teams of 4 or 5•Create a numbered list: • Concepts/topics/ideas • Teaching Methods • Teaching Tips Adapted from: SCIL Works 2012 Joan Kaplowitz joan@joankaplowitz.com Transforming Information Literacy Instruction Using Learner-Centered Teaching. NY: Neal- Schumann, 2012. 27
  26. 26. Remember to… Respect the past Use technology judiciously Take pleasure in empowering learners! 28
  27. 27. YOUR QUESTIONS? “Question Mark Graffiti” by Bilal Kamoon, March 11, 2012 http://www.flickr.com/photos/bilal-kamoon/6835060992/ CC: A 29
  28. 28. More Questions? Email Me! Esther Grassian estherg@ucla.edu 30

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