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Information Literacy Resources | November Learning

Information Literacy Resources | November Learning | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

In a world of information overload, it is vital for students to not only find information but also determine its validity and appropriateness. Our information literacy material demystifies the process of finding and validating online information. These vital skills are needed as students prepare for our global economy.


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The bookish teacher: Research matters

The bookish teacher: Research matters | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

"On one hand, teaching our students about how to conduct good quality research is pretty much the most important skill we can impart, and should ideally form the foundation of everything we do. On the other hand, I live in the real world and know how hard it is to both find the time to foster and develop such skills in our students, and what a difficult task it actually is."


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Critical reading for School leaders on the impact of school libraries on learning

Rutgers University Center for International scholarship in school libraries has  released the second part of their research into the impact of school libraries on learning.  Critical reading for school leaders


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Want your learners to be more independent? – Information Literacy ...

Want your learners to be more independent? – Information Literacy ... | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

At the RSC North West 'Want your learners to be more independent?' event I felt I had my eyes well and truly opened to the benefits of, and dare I say it, the necessity of embedding information literacy skills into learning ...

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Transforming Information Literacy for Today’s K-12 Learners Through...

Transforming Information Literacy (Lots we need to digest and embrace in @buffyjhamilton presentation http://t.co/OvLVf5K6...)...

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“Library Skills” = Information Literacy Skills = Common Core Skills

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RT @sljournal: “Library Skills” = Information Literacy Skills = Common Core Skills — Make Some Noise!

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A study of the information search behaviour of the millennial generation

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Members of the millennial generation (born after 1982) have come of age in a society infused with technology and information. It is unclear how they determine the validity of information gathered, or whether or not validity is even a concern. Previous information search models based on mediated searches with different age groups may not adequately describe the search behaviours of ....


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USING A WIDGET-BASED PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT TO FIND AND SHARE OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES THE ROLE PROJECT TEAM

This chapter introduces a widget-based Personal Learning Environment (PLE) specifically designed for finding and sharing Open Educational Resources (OER) on the web. The aim of this investigation is to raise awareness about the capabilities of widget-based PLEs to researchers, educators and learners that are interested in finding and sharing OER.
The content of this chapter has been adapted from a paper submitted by the same authors to the PLE Conference 2012.
This chapter can be reused by:
 Researchers, educators, and learners who want to find and share OER on the web.
 Researchers who investigate the impact and capabilities of PLEs in informal learning.
 Content providers who are looking for new ways to expose their OER on the web.
KEYWORDS
personal learning environment, widget, open educational resource


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Center for International Scholarship in School Libraries - CISSL

Center for International Scholarship in School Libraries - CISSL | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

Today, I'm asking your special attention for the 'Center for International Scholarship in School Libraries' CISSL. The center is part of the Rutgers School of Coomunication and Information (Rutgers, State University of New Jersey), situated in New Brunswick.

The Center is well-known for its ongoing research in school librarianship. The latest research on behalf of the New Jersey Association of School Librarians, begun in April 2009, seeks to (a) construct a picture of the status of New Jersey's school libraries in terms of their informational-transformational-formational dimensions, (b) to understand the contribution of quality school libraries to education in New Jersey; (c) to understand some of the contextual and professional dynamics that enable and inhibit school libraries to contribute significantly to education in New Jersey, and (d) to make recommendations to NJ stakeholders to develop a sustained and long term program of capacity building and evidence-based continuous improvement of school libraries in New Jersey. Phase one and two have recently been published.

 

Another significant report is the Complete Position Paper. One quote I would like to share with you here is: "Schools without libraries minimize the opportunities for students to become discriminating users in a diverse information landscape and to develop the intellectual scaffolds for learning deeply through information. Schools without libraries are at risk of becoming irrelevant."

 

All reports can be downloaded for free. Take the opportunity to study and share these reports, as they offer substantial evidence for the importance of school libraries in today's education.

April 24, 2012. Lourense Das. 


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WORLDWIDE MULTI-LINGUAL INFORMATION LITERACY RESOURCES

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WORLDWIDE MULTI-LINGUAL INFORMATION LITERACY RESOURCES

 

Message distributed with permission of Dr. Forest Woody Horton, Jr.

 

We are very grateful to Professor Albert K. Boekhorst for permission to use his beautiful variation of the official international Information Literacy logo, above, which
was originally designed by the young Cuban artist Edgar Luy Perez, who won a contest sponsored by IFLA and chaired by a panel of judges organized by Jesus Lau of Mexico. As of mid April 2012, the term “Information Literacy” has been translated into about 50 different languages, and hopefully we can add more languages as additional translations of the term become available. Because the term “Information Literacy” is still evolving, there is not yet a single, standard definition or term that is used by all of the countries in the world which speak the same or a very similar language, such as
Spanish or French. For example, in the case of Spanish, different terms are preferred by different Spanish speaking countries, as, for example, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Spain, and the remainder. And in the case of French, different terms are preferred by French speaking countries such as Haiti, Canada, Francophone West African countries, and France, Belgium, Luxembourg and others in Europe. Not to mention disagreements among the experts as to what term is preferable. Nor to mention dialect differences. Therefore, Professor Boekhorst will periodically revisit the terms employed if and when a single, standard term emerges for a given language. So, viewers may well see terms in the logo which are similar, but not precisely identical terms, for the same language.

If you do not see your language as part of the above logo, or you wish to suggest a more current, standard term, please contact Prof. Boekhorst at albertkb@gmail.com. Also, you can download the latest logo version, as well as a cross-reference table called “terms overview” explaining which language each term represents, at http://www.ifla.org/en/information-literacy/projects.


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10 Changes to Expect from the Library of the Future | Online Universities

10 Changes to Expect from the Library of the Future | Online Universities | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

Libraries have acted as community cornerstones for millennia, and every April marks School Library Month, celebrating how they promote education and awareness in an open, nurturing space. What makes them such lasting institutions, though, isn’t the mere act of preserving books and promoting knowledge. Rather, it’s the almost uncanny ability to consistently adapt to the changing demands of the local populace and emerging technology alike.


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TRAILS: Tool for Real-time Assessment of Information Literacy Skills

TRAILS: Tool for Real-time Assessment of Information Literacy Skills | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

TRAILS is a knowledge assessment with multiple-choice questions targeting a variety of information literacy skills based on 3rd, 6th, 9th, and 12th grade standards. This Web-based system was developed to provide an easily accessible and flexible tool for school librarians and teachers to identify strengths and weaknesses in the information-seeking skills of their students. There is no charge for using TRAILS.


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TalkMiner

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Search and find specific words and phrases within a video. Great tool for finding examples of pronunciation or finding videos for quotes.


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Information Fluency Digital Magazine

Information Fluency Digital Magazine | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

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With everything becoming available online we won't need librarians?

There have been many articles and blog posts lately debating the future of libraries. It is hard to imagine a school without one of these learning centers (where else would faculty meetings, testing, and baby showers take place?), but this post focuses on busting the myth that librarians will become obsolete.


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The Importance of Doubt, Asking Questions and Not Knowing

The Importance of Doubt, Asking Questions and Not Knowing | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it
Why is it so important to doubt, question everything and not know?! Check out Socrates’ article on SingularityWeblog.com to find out.

 

Not knowing, just like other cases of being uncomfortable, is a great incentive for personal growth. Progress always comes at the point of resistance. Getting uncomfortable and willing to be uncertain, to not know, to ask questions, to err and to fail, is the best and only way to learn, grow, progress and move forward.


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Curation is the new search: seven tools you may not know you can search with

Curation is the new search: seven tools you may not know you can search with | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it
The Resource for Education Technology Leaders focusing on K-12 educators.

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Inquiry-based Learning: Explanation

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"Inquiry" is defined as "a seeking for truth, information, or knowledge -- seeking information by questioning." Individuals carry on the process of inquiry from the time they are born until they die. ...  Unfortunately, our traditional educational system has worked in a way that discourages the natural process of inquiry. Students become less prone to ask questions as they move through the grade levels. In traditional schools, students learn not to ask too many questions, instead to listen and repeat the expected answers."


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One-to-one: Bring your own device revolution

This bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach raises many questions, in addition
to promising many benefits. How do you know if such a policy will work for your
school? What do you do about kids who don’t have devices? Will teachers accept
this change in their classrooms? Is your broadband service strong enough? If not,
can you afford to upgrade? In other words, how can you best put such a program
into place? convergemag talked to school administrators and technical officers to find out the best practices they have learned from their BYOD implementations. Their
advice is gathered here, along with checklists to help guide you on the path
to BYOD.


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Plagiarism Game - Lycoming College

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Interesting game which tests your knowledge of plagiarism. Done very simple but being right on the spot of the problem. This is a link to the game, but if you go one step back than prior to the game you have some nice tutorials.


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The Irish Library - Volume 21, Issue 1

An Leabharlann: The Irish Library is published by The Library Association of Ireland and The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (Ireland).

ISSN: 0023-9542.


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How can Libraries Support Students Live and Learn with Digital Media?

How can Libraries Support Students Live and Learn with Digital Media? | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

C. Shoemaker, H. Martin, B. Joseph (2010) How Using Social Media Forced a Library to Work on the Edge in Their Efforts to Move Youth From “Hanging Out” to “Messing Around, Journal of Media Literacy Education 2:2 (2010) 181 – 184

 

Full Text Research Paper.


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Using Diigo in the Classroom - Student Learning with Diigo

Using Diigo in the Classroom - Student Learning with Diigo | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

Diigo is a powerful information capturing, storing, recalling and sharing tool. Here are just a few of the possibilities with Diigo:

Save important websites and access them on any computer.

Categorize websites by titles, notes, keyword tags, lists and groups.

Search through bookmarks to quickly find desired information.

Save a screenshot of a website and see how it has changed over time.

Annotate websites with highlighting or virtual "sticky notes."

View any annotations made by others on any website visited.

Share websites with groups or the entire Diigo social network.

Comment on the bookmarks of others or solicit comments to your shared bookmarks.

 


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The need to shift and widen school library advocacy efforts - Gary Hartzell

For more than twenty years, school librarians have focused the largest portion of their advocacy efforts on individual principals, superintendents, and board members, struggling to convince them that libraries should be integral and institutionalized elements of K-12 education. It hasn’t worked.


Libraries and librarians remain frighteningly vulnerable to cuts, even elimination, in schools everywhere. These individualized field-based advocacy efforts may have forestalled greater disaster, but they have not and cannot by themselves make libraries and librarians secure in our schools.


To do that librarians need to widen their advocacy efforts and give priority to two new targets: (1) the educational administration (Ed Ad) professors who shape beginning administrators’ perceptions and values and (2) the professional associations that have a powerful influence on how administrators approach their work challenges once they are in the field. In effect, this widening represents a shift from battling for current school leaders’ support to preemptively conditioning the next generation of administrators to support libraries as they take up their new responsibilities.


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