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Breaking out of the library bubble: Information Literacy and curriculum alignment - Nicola Gregory, Louise Minta & Emma Thompson

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Nicola Gregory and Louise Minta
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• Special Collection & Archives
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Information and Digital Fluency Framework
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Breaking out of the library bubble: Information Literacy and curriculum alignment - Nicola Gregory, Louise Minta & Emma Thompson

  1. 1. Breaking out of the library bubble: Information Literacy and curriculum alignment Nicola Gregory and Louise Minta Liaison Librarians – University of Liverpool Emma Thompson Head of Academic Engagement and Teaching Services – MMU (formerly UoL)
  2. 2. • Libraries, Museums & Galleries • Academic Liaison Team • KnowHow academic skills • Special Collection & Archives • Museums & Galleries Context
  3. 3. Information and Digital Fluency Framework • Communicate information literacy • Coordinate open programme and embedded offer • Strategic alignment with institutional strategy
  4. 4. • Communication • Language • Perception
  5. 5. Curriculum 2021 Hallmarks: • Research-connected teaching • Active learning • Authentic assessment Graduate Attributes: • Confidence • Digital Fluency • Global Citizenship
  6. 6. Information and Digital Fluency Framework
  7. 7. Integrating the Framework into practice
  8. 8. Exported data from BOS survey (SCONUL)
  9. 9. Collaboration Learning and Teaching Lead and 2 Liaison Librarians Academic Liaison Team KnowHow PVC for Education Educational Developers in CIE
  10. 10. Communication • The Framework as an advocacy/promotional tool • Articulate how we feed into UoL Learning & Teaching strategy • New conversations with senior leaders • Using the language of the institution • Flexibility required for the pivot to hybrid active learning
  11. 11. What opportunities are there for you to break out of the Library bubble? https://padlet.com/nicola_gregory/92a5evrtm1i9
  12. 12. Future developments • Continue to evolve • Future iterations of the Liverpool Curriculum Framework • Decolonisation • Inclusivity • Change of Leadership
  13. 13. Questions?
  14. 14. Presenter’s Name Nicola Gregory University of Liverpool Email: nicola.gregory@liverpool.ac.uk Twitter: @PurpleSmile Presenter’s Name Louise Minta University of Liverpool Email: l.minta@liverpool.ac.uk
  15. 15. References Cambridge University Libraries (2019) ‘Cambridge Information Literacy Network: Framework’ https://camiln.files.wordpress.com/2019/05/framework-document-march-2019.pdf Drill Hall Library (2016) ‘Drill Hall Library learning and teaching support offer’ https://libguides.medway.ac.uk/ld.php?content_id=33871108 Maynooth University Library (2016) ‘Maynooth University Library: Information Literacy Strategy Framework’ https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/sites/default/files/assets/document/MUIL_strategy.pdf University of Liverpool Library (2019) ‘Information and Digital Fluency Framework’ https://libguides.liverpool.ac.uk/ld.php?content_id=32585263 University of Liverpool (2019) ‘Curriculum 2021’ https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/media/livacuk/centre-for-innovation-in- education/curriculum-2021/c2021-booklet.pdf

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