Collaboration in Designing a Pedagogical Approach in Information Literacy

Collaboration in Designing a Pedagogical Approach in Information Literacy

Pedagogical collaborations within the field of information literacy has mainly
been studied in the US, with a good example found in the book “Information
Literacy Collaborations that Work”, edited by Mackey and Jacobson from 2007.

Author: Ane Landøy

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030342586

Category: Educational technology

Page: 161

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This Open Access book combines expertise in information literacy with expertise in education and teaching to share tips and tricks for the development of good information literacy teaching and training in universities and libraries. It draws on research, knowledge and pedagogical practice from academia, to teach students how to sift through information to be able to distinguish the important and correct from the unusable. It discusses basic concepts and models of information literacy, as well as strategies for accessing, locating and retrieving information and methods suitable for the assessment and management of information. The book explains many concepts connected to information literacy and discusses pedagogical issues with a view to supporting the practitioner. Each chapter examines one aspect of information literacy, discusses the pedagogical challenges involved and provides suggestions for best practice.
Categories: Educational technology

Information Literacy Collaborations that Work

Information Literacy Collaborations that Work

The goal of this book is that the contents will spark an idea that would be ideal for your setting.

Author: Trudi Jacobson

Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015067655715

Category: Computers

Page: 264

View: 622

The goal of this book is that the contents will spark an idea that would be ideal for your setting. Ultimately, the varied and distinctive approaches to information literacy illustrated in this book may lead to a dialogue among faculty. librarians, and administrators about the transformative impact of collaboration on student learning.
Categories: Computers

Collaboration for Distance Learning Information Literacy Instruction

Collaboration for Distance Learning Information Literacy Instruction

been making good progress in connecting with faculty to incorporate information
literacy into their online work — partly thanks to our collaborations with the staff
from Academic Computing. I was able to produce two 3 credit Web CT courses
on ...

Author: Association of College and Research Libraries. Distance Learning Section. Instruction Committee

Publisher: Association of Research Libr

ISBN: UOM:39015062424976

Category: Academic libraries

Page: 142

View: 362

Categories: Academic libraries

Metaliteracy in Practice

Metaliteracy in Practice

Trudi and Tom's collaborative work: Trudi and Tom have been collaborating for
over two decades, starting with jointly developed information literacy instruction
for Tom's students in an innovative first-year experience program and an ...

Author: Trudi E. Jacobson

Publisher: American Library Association

ISBN: 9780838913871

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 256

View: 623

The case studies presented in this valuable resource demonstrate how librarians and educators can help students effectively communicate, create, and share information in today's participatory digital environments
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Information Literacy Instruction that Works

Information Literacy Instruction that Works

Penn State political scientist Larry Spence's reflections on how he and librarian
Debra Cheney began working together may better capture the ... Collaboration
between teaching faculty and librarians and the integration of information literacy
 ...

Author: Patrick Ragains

Publisher: American Library Association

ISBN: 9781555708603

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 360

View: 227

Information literacy and library instruction are at the heart of the academic library’s mission. But how do you bring that instruction to an increasingly diverse student body and an increasingly varied spectrum of majors? In this updated, expanded new second edition, featuring more than 75% new content, Ragains and 16 other library instructors share their best practices for reaching out to today’s unique users. Readers will find strategies and techniques for teaching college and university freshmen, community college students, students with disabilities, and those in distance learning programs. Alongside sample lesson plans, presentations, brochures, worksheets, handouts, and evaluation forms, Ragains and his contributors offer proven approaches to teaching students in the most popular programs of study, including English Literature Art and Art History Film Studies History Psychology Science Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Hospitality Business Music Anthropology Engineering Coverage of additional special topics, including legal information for non-law students, government information, and patent searching, make this a complete guide to information literacy instruction.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Information Literacy Programs

Information Literacy Programs

University libraries work with school libraries to enhance information literacy of
future students, teachers and librarians. ... Representative examples of multi-type
collaborative projects are cited in the Rochester Regional Library Council ...

Author: Patricia Durisin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136408755

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 264

View: 289

Explore the vital links between technology and lifelong learning! Get the real-life perspective of professionals at the intersection of old ways and new technology in this book written by and for librarians. Information Literacy Programs: Successes and Challenges provides you with the different viewpoints of librarians who have taken varying paths in their information literacy programs. You’ll learn about the roles of Web-based collaboration, teamwork with academic and administrative colleagues, evidence-based librarianship, and active learning strategies in library instruction programs. Information Literacy Programs can help you refresh your own teaching while opening your eyes to the many possible approaches to information literacy. Helpful features you’ll find in Information Literacy Programs include: tips on connecting with technology-savvy “Generation Y” principles for multi-campus collaboration guidelines for setting up a successful retreat for teaching librarians information about the benefits of interdisciplinary partnerships comprehensive bibliographies methods for assessing your current information literacy programs discussion of immersion programs for professional development
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Collaborative Information Literacy Assessments

Collaborative Information Literacy Assessments

All of the contributions to the book are co-written by faculty-librarian teams that have successfully worked together to develop assessment strategies across a wide range of disciplines, including business, political science, education, ...

Author: Thomas P. Mackey

Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub

ISBN: 1555706932

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 242

View: 245

Constructive partnerships between academic librarians and faculty play a crucial role in effectively assessing and improving information literacy efforts. Collaboration is not just a nice idea; it is essential to improving the value of library services, personnel, and instruction. Here, highly respected editors Thomas P. Mackey and Trudi E. Jacobson, whose previous works include Information Literacy Collaborations That Work (2007) and Using Technology to Teach Information Literacy (2008), explore innovative collaborative assessment strategies designed specifically for information literacy programs and courses. All of the contributions to the book are co-written by faculty-librarian teams that have successfully worked together to develop assessment strategies across a wide range of disciplines, including business, political science, education, adult learning programs, and the humanities. Saving you countless hours on course or accreditation preparation, each chapter includes a detailed literature review, a model for practical implementation, a discussion of the partnership process, and an examination of assessment data. The teams also share guidance for overcoming a variety of collaborative obstacles and challenges, and report on how their assessment process significantly improved student learning outcomes. Framed in a practical real-world context, this invaluable new resource provides a clear set of best practices to help librarians and faculty work together to initiate new information literacy assessment efforts or to improve established programs in their own institutions.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Libraries Beyond Their Institutions

Libraries Beyond Their Institutions

This unique book examines the variety of possibilities for collaborations outside institutions, including the ways librarians function in a variety of other campus settings, such as writing centers, teaching excellence centers, and academic ...

Author: Rita Pellen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317954873

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 246

View: 781

Discover collaborative possibilities for your library beyond mere memberships in bibliographic utilities Libraries Beyond Their Institutions: Partnerships That Work illustrates the remarkable range of cooperative activities in which libraries are engaged in order to provide the best possible service. Increasingly, librarians recognize the need to link their institutions to the world around them as part of their obligation to enhance the integration of digital information, not only for students in academic settings, but also throughout all levels of society. An excellent companion and complement to Libraries Within Their Institutions: Creative Collaborations (Haworth) from the same editors, this unique book examines the variety of ways librarians work with community organizations, government agencies, professional organizations, minority communities, and city governments in their efforts to serve not just students in academic settings, but all of society. Libraries Beyond Their Institutions: Partnerships That Work reflects the growing understanding of the key role played by libraries in the development of civil society. This unique book examines the variety of possibilities for collaborations outside institutions, including the ways librarians function in a variety of other campus settings, such as writing centers, teaching excellence centers, and academic departments in support of teaching, learning, and research; partnerships with graduate school, and information resources management to preserve theses and dissertations electronically; promoting civic partnerships; initiating a campus-wide information literacy resource; and partnering with government agencies to form a data literacy program. Libraries Beyond Their Institutions: Partnerships That Work provides practical information on: collaborative training programs to develop baseline competencies in academic libraries to support data services the Chicano/Latino Network and the Community Digital Initiative developing an international presence through digital resource sharing successful models of statewide library consortia technology-based partnerships promoting K-20 information literacy collaborations between the United States Patent and Trademark Office and patent and trademark depository libraries (PTDL) the development of AgEcon Search, an alternative method of delivering research results Libraries Beyond Their Institutions: Partnerships That Work is an invaluable resource for librarians working in academic, school, special, and public settings, and for library science faculty and students.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Teaching Information Literacy Online

Teaching Information Literacy Online

2006. “ Faculty - Librarian Collaboration to Achieve Integration of Information
Literacy . ... 2005. “ Information Literacy : A Collaborative Endeavor . ...
Collaboration Works : Integrating Information Competencies into the Psychology
Curricula .

Author: Thomas P. Mackey

Publisher: ALA Neal-Schuman

ISBN: UCSD:31822038266920

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 200

View: 617

Offers guidance on teaching information literacy in blended, hybrid, open, and online learning environments in higher education.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Library Information Science Abstracts

Library   Information Science Abstracts

... i - Spy : an information skills framework for the University of Hertfordshire . ;
LI03503 Information literacy and faculty . ; L103502 Information literacy
collaborations that work . ; L103324 Information literacy education through
mediated learning ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015079680453

Category: Information science

Page:

View: 780

Categories: Information science

Information Literacy One Key to Education

Information Literacy  One Key to Education

Radar , H. “ Information Literacy and the Undergraduate Curriculum . ” Library
Trends , 1995 , 44 ( Summer ) , 270–271 . Raspa , D. , and Ward , D. The
Collaborative Imperative : Librarians and Faculty Working Together in the
Information ...

Author: Margit Misangyi Watts

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN: STANFORD:36105131646973

Category: Education

Page: 121

View: 685

This issue draws on the expertise of librarians and faculty to highlight the central role of information literacy in higher education. The authors show how approaches to information literacy can be used to engage undergraduates in research and creative scholarship. The articles clarify definitions of information literacy and illustrate various means of curricular integration: Reforming the Undergraduate Experience Librarians as Agents of Change: Working with Curriculum Committees Using Change Agency Theory Global Educational Goals, Technology, and Information Literacy in Higher Education Information Literacy and Its Relationship to Cognitive Development and Reflective Judgment Information Literacy and First-Year Students Effective Librarian and Discipline Faculty Collaboration Models for Integrating Information Literacy into the Fabric of an Academic Institution Dynamic Purposeful Learning in Information Literacy College Student Engagement Surveys: Implications for Information Literacy Students regularly miss the relationship between the information-seeking process and the actual creation of knowledge. The authors in this issue support infusing the undergraduate curriculum with research-based learning to facilitate students' ability to define research for themselves. Most importantly, this volume argues, students' information literacy leads beyond finding information -- it actually involves their creating knowledge. This is the 114th volumes of the Jossey-Bass quarterly higher education report series New Directions for Teaching and Learning, which continues to offer a comprehensive range of ideas and techniques for improving college teaching based on the experience of seasoned instructors and on the latest findings of educational and psychological researchers.
Categories: Education

Using Technology to Teach Information Literacy

Using Technology to Teach Information Literacy

With these winning models , you can make information literacy a part of every
student's learning experience ! ISBN 978-1-85604-579-4 . 2007. 8 1/2 x 11 . 384
pp . INFORMATION LITERACY COLLABORATIONS THAT WORK EDITED BY ...

Author: Thomas P. Mackey

Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015082730634

Category: Computers

Page: 240

View: 287

Why teach information literacy, technology literacy, and discipline-specific research skills separately when teaching them together fires students'' imaginations, improves learning, visibly demonstrates the value of your library''s unique services and expertise to faculty, and lets you reach students who might never otherwise walk through the library/'s doors? The first book on teaching information literacy with technology across the curriculum is full of case studies and lesson plans that will help you put together a cutting-edge, technology-based course for your institution. Each chapter is co-written by a librarian-faculty member team involved in a collaborative teaching-with-technology project. An overview of the literature will help you explain the value of this dynamic approach to faculty and administration. Chapter authors represent a wide range of institutions and disciplines; they give you course goals and organization, the hows and whys of the technologies used, and pitfalls to avoid. Featured technologies include collaborative web tools, presentation software, video and other multimedia, podcasts, blogs, wikis, and more. Every academic library will want to have a copy of this book, as will any faculty member involved in teaching information literacy.
Categories: Computers

Designing Digital Literacy Programs with IM PACT

Designing Digital Literacy Programs with IM PACT

If you are new to collaboration , don't try to collaborate with everyone at once . ... (
or special - area teacher ) who has expressed interest in integrating information
literacy into the curriculum or in finding more ways or new ways to work with you .

Author: Ruth V. Small

Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub

ISBN: IND:30000100435886

Category: Education

Page: 243

View: 791

Written for teachers and librarians working at either the elementary or high school level, presents an instructional model for developing lesson plans and teaching information research and analysis skills in both print and computer formats.
Categories: Education

Uncharted Waters Tapping the Depths of Our Community to Enhance Learning

Uncharted Waters  Tapping the Depths of Our Community to Enhance Learning

Information literacy and undergraduate research at the University of California ,
Berkeley . In T . Jacobsen and T . Mackey ( Eds . ) , Information literacy
collaborations that work ( pp . 5 - 18 ) . New York : Neal Schuman . See also the
project ...

Author: Brad Sietz

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105124150751

Category: Electronic information resource literacy

Page: 204

View: 351

Categories: Electronic information resource literacy

Collaborating to Meet Literacy Standards

Collaborating to Meet Literacy Standards

In addition , a collaborative culture provides all faculty members with an inherent
trust that they will derive something of ... to teaching information literacy , with the
number - one obstacle being no support by teachers , closely followed by little ...
valuing strengths , varying roles and responsibilities , emphasizing team work ,
and viewing planning as a nonlinear , holistic , and dynamic process ( 10-14 ) .

Author: Toni Buzzeo

Publisher: Linworth Publishing, Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39076002716681

Category: Education

Page: 271

View: 511

Provides fifteen teaching units to demonstrate how teachers and librarians can collaborate to help students in grades K-2 improve their skills and test scores for national literacy standards.
Categories: Education

Libraries Within Their Institutions

Libraries Within Their Institutions

This unique book examines the elements of effective collaborations for libraries, including partnerships with campus teaching centers; helping faculty design their courses to enhance instruction; long-term perspectives in library-faculty ...

Author: Rita Pellen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136432552

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 246

View: 881

Discover how your library—and its patrons—can benefit from internal partnerships, collaborations, and interactions Libraries Within Their Institutions: Creative Collaborations examines the ways librarians work within their own universities, municipalities, or government units to form partnerships that ensure the best possible service to their patrons. An excellent companion and complement to Libraries Beyond Their Institutions: Partnerships That Work (Haworth) from the same editors, this unique professional resource looks at the associations between libraries and faculty members, city governments, information technology departments, and research institutes. The book provides first-hand perspectives, assessments, and case studies from information professionals at several major universities, including Kent State, the University of Washington, Virginia Tech, and Purdue University. Libraries Within Their Institutions: Creative Collaborations demonstrates the need for interaction and cooperation between libraries and non-library organizations—on campus and off. This unique book examines the elements of effective collaborations for libraries, including partnerships with campus teaching centers; helping faculty design their courses to enhance instruction; long-term perspectives in library-faculty cooperation; the creation of “collaboratories,” collaborative facilities based in libraries; and the development of campus-wide fluency in all areas of information technology and literacy. Libraries Within Their Institutions: Creative Collaborations provides practical information on: campus-wide committees that promote a general education information literacy requirement integrating ACRL core competencies for information literacy into course content using an Assessment Cycle to document the library’s contributions toward students’ success and institutional outcomes partnerships that have shaped the ARL Statistics and Measurement Program using information commons, and teaching and learning centers to develop collaborative services digital preservation of electronic theses and dissertations (ETD) team-taught courses in scientific writing joint-use libraries collaboration in collection management drawing teaching faculty into collaborative relationships collaborating with teaching faculty to help students learn lifelong research skills Libraries Within Their Institutions: Creative Collaborations is an invaluable resource for librarians working in academic, school, special, and public settings, and for library science faculty and students.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Learning to Lead and Manage Information Literacy Instruction

Learning to Lead and Manage Information Literacy Instruction

The key to success in any collaborative enterprise is the ability to listen patiently ,
without making assumptions into what the other person may be thinking or saying
. Working collaboratively means becoming nonjudgmental listeners .

Author: Esther S. Grassian

Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub

ISBN: UOM:49015003043602

Category: Education

Page: 322

View: 215

A guide to avoiding problems in information literacy instruction, covering such topics as organizational culture, working with administrators, team building, marketing and publicizing programs, and managing technology.
Categories: Education

Proven Strategies for Building an Information Literacy Program

Proven Strategies for Building an Information Literacy Program

The next step is to begin to more fully embed information literacy into students '
learning experience via collaborative ... The subject liaison role can create a
natural locus for conversations around information literacy , as librarians work
with ...

Author: Susan Carol Curzon

Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub

ISBN: IND:30000116776851

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 335

View: 863

Breaks down information literacy programs, including such aspects as goals, planning, timing, sustainability, cultural impact, collaboration, curriculum, teaching, accreditation, marketing, and assessment.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Libraries Within Their Institutions

Libraries Within Their Institutions

This unique book examines the elements of effective collaborations for libraries, including partnerships with campus teaching centers; helping faculty design their courses to enhance instruction; long-term perspectives in library-faculty ...

Author: William Miller

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0789027208

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 230

View: 467

Discover how your library--and its patrons--can benefit from internal partnerships, collaborations, and interactions Libraries Within Their Institutions: Creative Collaborations examines the ways librarians work within their own universities, municipalities, or government units to form partnerships that ensure the best possible service to their patrons. An excellent companion and complement to Libraries Beyond Their Institutions: Partnerships That Work(Haworth) from the same editors, this unique professional resource looks at the associations between libraries and faculty members, city governments, information technology departments, and research institutes. The book provides first-hand perspectives, assessments, and case studies from information professionals at several major universities, including Kent State, the University of Washington, Virginia Tech, and Purdue University. Libraries Within Their Institutions: Creative Collaborations demonstrates the need for interaction and cooperation between libraries and non-library organizations--on campus and off. This unique book examines the elements of effective collaborations for libraries, including partnerships with campus teaching centers; helping faculty design their courses to enhance instruction; long-term perspectives in library-faculty cooperation; the creation of "collaboratories," collaborative facilities based in libraries; and the development of campus-wide fluency in all areas of information technology and literacy. Libraries Within Their Institutions: Creative Collaborations provides practical information on: campus-wide committees that promote a general education information literacy requirement integrating ACRL core competencies for information literacy into course content using an Assessment Cycle to document the library's contributions toward students' success and institutional outcomes partnerships that have shaped the ARL Statistics and Measurement Program using information commons, and teaching and learning centers to develop collaborative services digital preservation of electronic theses and dissertations (ETD) team-taught courses in scientific writing joint-use libraries collaboration in collection management drawing teaching faculty into collaborative relationships collaborating with teaching faculty to help students learn lifelong research skills Libraries Within Their Institutions: Creative Collaborations is an invaluable resource for librarians working in academic, school, special, and public settings, and for library science faculty and students.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Choice

Choice

She finds especially blameworthy online for - profit institutions , which she calls “
digital sweatshops . ... V. K. Lester , Tuskegee University 45-2167 ZA3075 2006-
35095 CIP Information literacy collaborations that work , ed . by Trudi E.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106017982452

Category: Academic libraries

Page:

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Categories: Academic libraries