The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) has released the first part of a draft Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education, which is intended to replace the Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education (ILCSHE) that were adopted by ACRL in 2000.
Reading. Writing. Math. Those are the big ones, right? Up until recently, a lot of people would have probably said that was correct. But since it is 2013 and so much of our lives happen online, digital literacy is being added to the list.
Presented by Leslie Kuhlthau Maniotes, PhD, effectiveness coach in the Denver Public Schools
"One main goal of Guided Inquiry is to have our students increase their awareness of learning how they learn. How do we help students to become aware of their own learning through the inquiry process? How do teachers assess this learning? Guided Inquiry Design includes a comprehensive set of tools embedded through the inquiry process. These tools have multiple functions. They are used to help students become aware of how they learn through inquiry and, at the same time, give teachers a formative assessment of the learning. In our community’s next webinar, we will showcase the tools in Guided Inquiry Design, explore the depth and reach of their use, and explain how to implement tools throughout the inquiry process. Join Leslie Maniotes, NBCT, MEd, PhD is a Teacher Effectiveness Coach in Denver Public Schools, on February 26th for an exploration of Guided Inquiry Design tools to help your students learn how to be better learners."
Just as the development of libraries and the information industry are tied to historical, social, and economic developments in society, so is the history of teaching people about information. This essay will show how general social developments, particularly in the United States lead to corresponding developments in education, library services, the information industry, and both the bibliographic instruction and the information literacy instruction movements, especially in academic libraries and school library media centers.
19 Reading Response Questions For Self-Guided Response by Terry Heick Though I’m not in the classroom this year, I teach English (literature, writing, digital media, etc.) I was recently going through an old folder of...
Download our Trends in Information Literacy Infographic! | EasyBib on Information and digital literacy in education via the digital path curated by Elizabeth E Charles (Download our Trends in Information Literacy Infographic!
An educational system is often described as a black box. We can identify inputs and outcomes, but the complicated interaction of factors, what happens inside the box, remains something of a mystery. In trying to unravel the ...
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