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Curiouser and curiouser. How curriculum change can inspire a creative approach to information skills development. Jo Dobson & Deborah Taylor

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Curiouser and curiouser. How curriculum change can inspire a creative approach to information skills development. Jo Dobson & Deborah Taylor

  1. 1. Curiouser and curiouser: How curriculum change can inspire a creative approach to information skills development. Jo Dobson, Deborah Taylor Angela Davies
  2. 2. • changes to modules eliminated the majority of our teaching • SHU focus on enhancing teaching practices • discussions about the future of IL provision within our department Critical review - LIS practices and sector Drivers for Change Extensive communication, created an "offer" that could be sold to academic staff Developed an Information Skills competency framework Created new set of materials and teaching approaches
  3. 3. Self- directed learning (self discovery) Problem based learning Practical work/Micro Research Flipped Classroom Resource centred/ facilitated discussion Teacher directed learning Critiquing Bread Rolls   Books v articles     Library Search discovery    Limits Game    Pre- session work    Searching for dissertation topics        Post-class work    Activities that contain group work
  4. 4. Self- directed learning (self discovery) Problem based learning Practical work/Micro Research Flipped Classroom Resource centred/ facilitated discussion Teacher directed learning Critiquing Bread Rolls   Books v articles     Library Search discovery    Limits Game    Pre- session work    Searching for dissertation topics        Post-class work    Activities that contain group work
  5. 5. Self- directed learning (self discovery) Problem based learning Practical work/Micro Research Flipped Classroom Resource centred/ facilitated discussion Teacher directed learning Critiquing Bread Rolls   Books v articles     Library Search discovery    Limits Game    Pre- session work    Searching for dissertation topics        Post-class work    Activities that contain group work
  6. 6. What do you call these? 8 http://www.freeimageslive.co.uk/free_stock_image/bread-rolls-jpg
  7. 7. Self-discovery approach to building skills Printing, Opening times, working spaces, books, journals, IT,Laptops, Wifi, shuspace, email , help, photocopying,video, dvd, student card, working from home, behaviour, mobile phones, Food and Drink, google, facebook Sheffield Wednesday, renewing books, fines, Library Gateway
  8. 8. Lessons learned • Given support, librarians are open to change and are adaptable teachers • We were able to capitalise on our strong links with academics • The student led activities resulted in greater engagement 10

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