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Teaching information literacy in an active learning classroom - Bjur & Alfredsson

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Teaching information literacy in an active learning classroom - Bjur & Alfredsson

  1. 1. TEACHING INFORMATION LITERACY IN AN ACTIVE LEARNING CLASSROOM LOUISE BJUR & VERONICA ALFREDSSON, THE BIOMEDICAL LIBRARY, GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN
  2. 2. GÖTEBORGS UNIVERSITETSBIBLIOTEK BIOMEDICINSKA BIBLIOTEKET
  3. 3. What do students need to practice in order to gain the abilities? What abilities do we want the students to master? What information do students need to be able to do the exercises? Backward Design
  4. 4. Exercise – Track the origin Read the article – discuss the questions in your group: • What kind of an article is it? • Who is the author? • For whom is the article written? • Does the article refer to previously published information? • Would you cite this article in academic work? ≠
  5. 5. Track the origin – continued… Try to find the original article – discuss in your group • Where do you search for the article? • What search terms do you use? • What do you find? Write your answers on the flip charts
  6. 6. Discussion – what is the purpose of this exercise?
  7. 7. Summary of the discussion
  8. 8. Exercise: The Boolean Game
  9. 9. GÖTEBORGS UNIVERSITETSBIBLIOTEK BIOMEDICINSKA BIBLIOTEKET Fruits on the fish market – Istanbul Av: Vassil Tzvetanov Flickr
  10. 10. Exercise: Same same but different
  11. 11. Exercise – reference puzzle Create correct citations according to the APA- style manual. MoreLight. (2016). Carousel [photography]. Available from https://pixabay.com/en/munich- oktoberfest-ride-carousel-1220908/ (CC0 Public Domain) https:///search.creativecommons.org
  12. 12. Locate the source • Find the source – in physical or electronic form • Be prepared to show the group: – how you found the source – what type of source it is – if, how and when you would use that source.
  13. 13. Baepler, P., et.al (2016). A guide to teaching in the active learning classroom : History, research, and practice (First ed.). Sterling, Virginia: Stylus Publishing. Special Issue: Active Learning Spaces. New Directions for Teaching and Learning. Volume 2014, Issue 137, 1- 98. University of Texas Libraries. Instruction @ the UT Libraries. The University of Texas at Austin; 2016 [cited 20161005]; Available from: http://blogs.lib.utexas.edu/utlis/ Walsh, A., & Inala, P. (2010). Active learning techniques for librarians : Practical examples (Chandos information professional series). Oxford: Chandos. Wiggins, G., & McTighe, J. (2005). Understanding by design (2., exp. ed.). Alexandria, Va.: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Spilling papers by Liza liza31337 CC BY 2.0
  14. 14. Thank you! Contact: biomed.utb@ub.gu.se

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