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Critical Information Literacy and Service-Learning for Management Students

  1. 1. Critical Information Literacy and Service-Learning For Management Students Ilana Stonebraker Business Information Specialist Opportunities Collaborations
  2. 2. Management 2 Impetus “to engage in management, or to research management, is to commit to some kind of stance on political and moral values, such as the desirability of efficiency or of productivity or of profitability or, even, of employee satisfaction and well-being. Management, then, is never neutral, but, at most, purports to be so.” -Grey, 2004, pg 179
  3. 3. Service-Learning 3 Impetus
  4. 4. Informed Decision Making 4 IMPETUS In classrooms students make only individual decisions that affect themselves.
  5. 5. Where the course came from 5 IMPETUS Information literate zombies Student that use only business information to make only business and career decisions that affect only businesses and other business people.
  6. 6. Where the course came from 6 IMPETUS If the goal is to make students more responsible, they need to understand first that their decisions hold power, and that information holds power over them.
  7. 7. Where the course came from 7 IMPETUS And if we want the students to understand that their decisions have power, we must also give power to them.
  8. 8. Service-Learning 8 Impetus Student will articulate and empathize with the diverse group of struggles the Greater Lafayette area faces at a local and global level across economic, cultural, and administrative dimensions. – Students will find, organize, and evaluate information about the Greater Lafayette area. – Students will identify sources to learn more about problems that are important to them.
  9. 9. Service-Learning 9 Impetus • MGMT 175: Information Strategies of Management Students • Honors 299 Making Greater Lafayette Greater
  10. 10. What I learned 10 Lessons from Honors 299
  11. 11. Critical Librarianship “strives to examine librarianship through a critical lens, looking for intersections of librarian practice and social justice” (Elmborg 2006).
  12. 12. Let’s Talk • We’re going out to lunch! • Meet here, tomorrow 11:55, we’re going to go to lunch and discuss #critlib for business and professional programs. You are more than welcome!
  13. 13. Thank you! • Kenny Garcia- Health • Jessica Jerrit- STEM • Caitlan Maxwell- Computer Science and Career/Vocational • Ilana Stonebraker- Business
  14. 14. Service-Learning 14 Impetus What does it mean to be an ethical person, and how does an ethical person create, locate, organize, and evaluate business and professional information?

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