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Item 4A: Create an IT Fluency Program with TILT Amy Hoseth, Jeff Bullington, Sally Hibbitt, Janet Bishop.

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1 Item 4A: Create an IT Fluency Program with TILT Amy Hoseth, Jeff Bullington, Sally Hibbitt, Janet Bishop

2 A working definition of information fluency (IF) “Information fluency is the ability to think critically in an information-rich and technology-intensive environment. Information fluent individuals know how information is organized, know how to find information, evaluate information, and use information in a way that is useful to others’ learning. Ultimately, the information fluent individual has learned how to learn.” (The University of Central Florida, 2009)

3 Analysis Background: Long-standing goal – TILT task force on information literacy (2007-8) – Vision 2020 task force report (2007) – Strategic Plan (2007) Library’s information literacy efforts – Face-to-face instruction: 500+ classes per academic year – Archives, CAT training – Online tools: LibGuides, web pages, tutorials – Other reference and outreach: , reference consults, Help Desk

4 Information CSU Critical Thinking Lead Experts: TILT Technology Literacy Lead Experts: ISTeC Information Literacy Lead Experts: Libraries

5 Analysis 5-10 years from now… – Three-pronged information fluency program CSU Libraries: information literacy TILT: critical thinking ISTeC: technology literacy – “IF-infused curriculum” Online resources (tutorials, etc.) for faculty/students Campus collaboration to promote the program Libraries to focus on IL piece, and collaborate on other pieces

6 Prioritization Internal: – High priority External – Medium to high priority

7 Operationalization Action items: Develop Libraries’ information literacy program – Outline future plans for CO150 instruction – Need for new instructional supports for all classes (tutorials, other virtual resources) Establish collaborative structure with TILT & ISTeC Create working group/task force to move the effort forward – Develop overall strategy – Partner with other units to acquire needed resources (time, skills, technical support)

8 Discussion


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