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MILA Framework workshop: Taking the next steps - Stephane Goldstein, Anne-Lise Harding & Jane Secker

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MILA Framework workshop:
Taking the next steps
Stephane Goldstein, Anne-Lise Harding
and Jane Secker
@jsecker |@anneliseha...

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CILIP Definition of
Information Literacy
2018
“Information literacy is the ability to
think critically and make balanced
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IL in five
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health
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workplace
democracy
everyday life

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MILA Framework workshop: Taking the next steps - Stephane Goldstein, Anne-Lise Harding & Jane Secker

  1. 1. MILA Framework workshop: Taking the next steps Stephane Goldstein, Anne-Lise Harding and Jane Secker @jsecker |@anneliseharding |@infolitgroup jane.secker@city.ac.uk/hardingab@parliament.uk
  2. 2. CILIP Definition of Information Literacy 2018 “Information literacy is the ability to think critically and make balanced judgements about any information we find and use. It empowers us as citizens to develop informed views and to engage fully with society.”
  3. 3. IL in five contexts: health education workplace democracy everyday life
  4. 4. The Media and Information Literacy Alliance Purpose Our purpose is to promote media and information literacy in the UK as a fundamental building block of a healthy, inclusive and democratic society. Vision Our vision is of a society in which everyone is empowered to engage critically with media and information. Mission Our mission is to champion media and information literacy and to provide an open platform for collaboration and knowledge exchange.
  5. 5. Current MILA board members • Lucy Crompton-Reid – Chief Executive, Wikimedia UK • Sue Lacey-Bryant – National Lead, NHS Library and Knowledge Services • Julian McDougal – Professor in Media and Education, Bournemouth University • Liz Moorse – Chief Executive, Association for Citizenship Teaching • Lis Parcell – Subject specialist, digital practice (libraries and learning resources services), Jisc • Nick Poole – CEO of CILIP • Sophie Randall – Director of Patient Information Forum • Jane Secker – Senior Lecturer in Educational Development at City, University of London, and Chair of the CILIP Information Literacy Group • Anoush Simon – Senior Lecturer in Information Studies, Aberystwyth University • Carolyn Waite – Information Development Manager, Lancashire Libraries
  6. 6. The Government’s Online Media Literacy Strategy and action plan (DCMS) Launched July 2021 Librarians play a key role Online Media Strategy
  7. 7. What do the public think about information literacy? “If you are literate you are able to communicate and interact fully with people, both written and verbally. Information literacy is about researching things and finding out what is correct and not correct.” “Not to assume that what you're being told is completely accurate, to question what you've been told, and to be able to challenge things that don't feel right.” “To be able to access information that you can use in your everyday life.”
  8. 8. Why does IL matter to people? “It’s important because that's what life is about. It affects how you reach decisions on what to do with your life and how you interact with other people.” “I believe it is important as without it people are susceptible to being misled and potentially taken advantage of. Without being critical of information you absorb someone's else's opinion rather than forming your own.” “Because it helps people reach an informed decision - and an informed decision is one that they are less likely to have regrets about, especially from a careers perspective.”
  9. 9. Our 5 key aspirations for people living in an information society: • Be informed • Be empowered • Be healthy • Be socially conscious • Be connected
  10. 10. I can find reliable health information to make decisions to manage my health and to care for others. I can use information to make a positive impact in my community and for those around me. I can find trustworthy information, fact check it and make sense of it. I can make the right decisions for my own personal and professional development and support those around me. I can evaluate, choose and use the right online services and information effectively and responsibly. Be informed Be healthy Be socially conscious Be connected Be empowered
  11. 11. Activity 1: Aspiration anchoring Choose an aspiration and explain how it manifests in your own context. Add additional examples to those in the framework currently
  12. 12. Activity 2: I can, how do you? Focus on choosing the most relevant “I can” statements for your current instruction and share how you currently teach users. Share if you feel anything is missing from the “I can” statements.
  13. 13. Activity 3: Activity building Based on the discussions in the previous activities and learning from others participants how are you currently enabling users to meet “I can” statements The table will work on designing learning activities for the same I can statements.
  14. 14. Find out more MILA framework MILA website
  15. 15. Information literacy: our greatest challenge, our biggest opportunity “There is freedom waiting for you, On the breezes of the sky, And you ask "What if I fall?" Oh but my darling, What if you fly?” ― Erin Hanson
  16. 16. Any questions? • Follow us on Twitter: @infolitgroup @jsecker @anneliseharding • The Media and Information Literacy Alliance • The Information Literacy website

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