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Developing Metaliterate Citizens: Designing and Delivering Enhanced Global Learning Opportunities

Presented at the Conference on Learning Information Literacy across the Globe in Frankfurt am Main, Germany 10th of May 2019. Metaliteracy is examined as an empowering pedagogical framework that advances learners as informed consumers and original producers of information.

Presented at the Conference on Learning Information Literacy across the Globe in Frankfurt am Main, Germany 10th of May 2019. Metaliteracy is examined as an empowering pedagogical framework that advances learners as informed consumers and original producers of information.

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  1. 1. Developing Metaliterate Citizens: Designing and Delivering Enhanced Global Learning Opportunities Trudi E. Jacobson, University at Albany Thomas P. Mackey, SUNY Empire State College Kelsey L. O’Brien, University at Albany #metaliteracy Frankfurt am Main, Germany 10th of May 2019 Conference on Learning Information Literacy across the Globe
  2. 2. What we’ll talk about •What is Metaliteracy? Learner domains, roles, and characteristics •Open Pedagogy and Teaching for Metaliteracy •Metaliteracy Learning Opportunities •Q & A
  3. 3. “While literacy is focused on reading and writing, and information literacy has strongly emphasized search and retrieval, metaliteracy is about what happens beyond these abilities to promote the collaborative production and sharing of information” (p. 6). Metaliteracy: Reinventing Information Literacy to Empower Learners (Mackey and Jacobson, 2014).
  4. 4. ● Promotes critical thinking and collaboration ● Provides a framework to effectively participate in social media and online communities ● Supports acquiring, producing, and sharing knowledge in collaborative online communities Thomas P. Mackey and Trudi E. Jacobson. “Reframing Information Literacy as a Metaliteracy.” College & Research Libraries. January 2011 72:62-78. http://crl.acrl.org/content/72/1/62.full.pdf
  5. 5. Learning Domains
  6. 6. Metacognitive: what learners think about their own thinking - a reflective understanding of how and why they learn, what they do and do not know, their preconceptions, and how to continue to learn Cognitive: what students should know upon successful completion of learning activities - comprehension, organization, application, evaluation Behavioral: what students should be able to do upon successful completion of learning activities - skills, competencies Affective: changes in learners’ emotions or attitudes through engagement with learning activities Mackey and Jacobson (2014). Metaliteracy: Reinventing Information Literacy to Empower Learners. The Metaliteracy Learning Domains
  7. 7. “The use of the term metaliteracy suggests a way of thinking about one’s own literacy. To be metaliterate requires individuals to understand their existing literacy strengths and areas for improvement and make decisions about their learning” (p. 2). Metaliteracy: Reinventing Information Literacy to Empower Learners (Mackey and Jacobson, 2014).
  8. 8. Learner Roles
  9. 9. Metaliterate Learner Roles Mackey and Jacobson (2014). Metaliteracy: Reinventing Information Literacy to Empower Learners
  10. 10. I’d love to see my students take on the role of… Mackey and Jacobson (2014). Metaliteracy: Reinventing Information Literacy to Empower Learners
  11. 11. Learner Characteristics
  12. 12. Metaliterate Learner Characteristics Mackey and Jacobson (2019). Metaliterate Learning for the Post-Truth World
  13. 13. Open Pedagogy and Teaching for Metaliteracy
  14. 14. C. Sinkinson https://er.educause.edu/blogs/2018/11/the-values-of-open-pedagogy
  15. 15. Metaliteracy Open Pedagogy Produce information ethically & responsibly through various roles Responsibility, participation Effectively communicate and collaborate in shared spaces Community & connection Engage in informed, self-directed learning that encourages a broader worldview Curiosity, empathy
  16. 16. Metaliteracy Learning Opportunities Metaliteracy Digital Badging System Integrating Metaliteracy into a Discipline Teaching Metaliteracy in MOOCs
  17. 17. Metaliteracy Badging System
  18. 18. Integrating Metaliteracy into a Disciplinary Course Assignment Additional Info Intro Reading Learner roles needed clarification Complete 8-10 quests Some customization for course focus Write a quest Students present overview to classmates Write a reflective essay Ties all metaliteracy elements together with select course content Metaliteracy 20% of course grade
  19. 19. Metaliteracy is a pedagogical framework to support learners as central drivers in MOOCs Metaliteracy supports lifelong learning, self- regulation and learner agency in MOOCs Hybrid metaliteracy MOOC envisioned to combine cMOOC and xMOOC approaches Metaliteracy MOOCs Metaliteracy MOOC Metaliteracy: Empowering Yourself in a Connected World Empowering Yourself as a Digital Citizen O’Brien, Forte, Mackey & Jacobson. “Metaliteracy as Pedagogical Framework for Learner-Centered Design in Three MOOC Platforms: Connectivist, Coursera and Canvas.” Open Praxis, 9(3), 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.5944/openpraxis.9.3.553
  20. 20. “Striving toward learner empowerment through metaliteracy is especially vital in a post-truth world when the distinction between truth and deception has been intentionally blurred and distorted.” (p. 2). Metaliterate Learning for the Post-Truth World (Mackey and Jacobson, 2019).
  21. 21. Post-Truth MOOC and Wrap-Around Course Empowering Yourself in a Post-Truth World MOOC logo by Alena Roddick
  22. 22. Final Thoughts ● Current Projects ○ iSucceed college transition module ○ Self-paced version of Open edX MOOC ○ Seeking volunteer translators of ML goals & objectives (e.g. German: Karin Lach karin.lach@univie.ac.at) ● Challenges ○ Identifying an ideal MOOC platform ○ Metaliteracy Badging System upgrades
  23. 23. Student Quote . If information literacy is a high school band or maybe a string quartet then metaliteracy is an orchestra playing world musics in varying styles. (Dave Burdick)
  24. 24. Student Quote I really think it is crazy that I have been learning since I was born, and I haven’t considered how learning the things I have learned have made me feel….I like how it feels to check in with myself and get more in touch with my emotions when learning, I think this will leave me feeling more confident and proud of myself after completing new tasks and learning objectives. (Anne Jordan)
  25. 25. Student Quote The questions asked in “Metaliteracy learner role: Author” greatly impacted me....Beforehand I believed that an author was merely a creator, but I found upon reflection that there was a deeper relationship I had not seen before, in a way our perceptions of our ideas could come to affect our identities as authors. The simple and open ended format of those questions really allowed me room to think. (Jean RIvera) .
  26. 26. Student Quote Lastly, my favorite thing that I took from this class that I never expected, was that yes indeed, I am an author! Allowing myself to become a metaliterate learner allowed me to come to this point. This included me being a communicator and author at once. A translator, teacher, producer, collaborator etc... it didn’t have to be one or the other. This [required] aspects of all four learning domains. (Simone Bedjean)
  27. 27. Student Quote Being metaliterate is important because learning becomes so routine. Sitting and listening or reading on autopilot becomes common, with little thought about organizing or sharing information that we obtain. Failing to reexamine how we best absorb and curate information leads to a dead-end education. (Morgan Beaulieu, RPOS 250)
  28. 28. Student Quote ...one of the most important courses that I have taken...Thinking about what we know, thinking about what we take in as information, and what we put out as information is what we need to start doing. This course has really made me think...It’s not only the knowing of it, it’s being aware and taking responsibility for it… (Chris, Empowering Yourself in a Post-Truth World MOOC)
  29. 29. Student Quote I want to share with you how happy I am. Today I received my statement of accomplishment…It was my first MOOC ever, and prior to the start of the course I knew nothing about Metaliteracy. I am thrilled I can apply most of the content to different areas of my life such as work, language learning, and practically most of my everyday activities online. I am a non- native and some weeks were more demanding but thanks to all the hard work and thinking I am certain I learnt a lot. Thanks so much! (Metaliteracy: Empowering Yourself in a Connected World MOOC)
  30. 30. Student Quote I would like to offer my deepest gratitude in you taking the time to teach me and many others what it truly means to be a digital citizen. I would also like to thank you, for you have provided me with education that I would not have had access to if I had not taken this course. You have been an excellent professor. (Empowering Yourself as a Digital Citizen MOOC)
  31. 31. Student Quote I have been preaching this to my friends and family. I rarely use social media, but the students I teach are addicted…This class helped me learn some of the protocol I'd like to pass on to the students. (Empowering Yourself as a Digital Citizen MOOC)

Editor's Notes

  • Trudi
    Values
    Agency and ownership
    Community and connection
    Opportunity and risk
    Access and equity

    Habits
    Responsibility
    Curiosity
    Participation
    Empathy



  • The Metaliteracy Badging System is a resource created by several educators across the SUNY system.
    Using ML learning objectives as a framework we began developing the Metaliteracy Badging System in 2012. Includes four digital badges and the culminating Metaliterate Learner badge – Each representing a title that students can claim and display once they have mastered a particular series of learning activities.
    The content is open for anyone to explore (see link on metaliteracy.org)
  • ML badging system has helped us integrate ML into the general curriculum. It has been used by thousands of students across several different courses.

    Because metaliteracy is grounded in metacognition, the activities and assessments are reflective in nature, encouraging students to develop an awareness/understanding of their own learning processes. System is meant to be flexible, various components are incorporated into information literacy instruction, facilitating a flipped classroom model.
  • Student who participated in post-truth MOOC and wraparound course https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLikomsoMqo

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