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SCIS Oration We are pleased to sponsor Joy McGregor for the SCIS Oration.
Students Managing Personal Knowledge: By Instinct or Intervention? Joy H. McGregor, Charles Sturt University Island Journeys, Hobart, Tasmania ASLA National Conference October 2003 SCIS Oration
© Joy McGregor October 2003 3 Knowledge: two concepts Bloom’s taxonomy (1956) Knowledge Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation Information Hierarchy (1982) Data Information Knowledge Wisdom
© Joy McGregor October 2003 4 Knowledge: a new view Two dimensions: Knowledge and Cognitive Process Concrete Abstract Factual | Conceptual | Procedural | Metacognitive Anderson, LW & Krathwohl, DR 2001, A taxonomy for learning, teaching, and assessing: A revision of Bloom’s Taxonomy of educational objectives. Longman, NY.
© Joy McGregor October 2003 5 Factual knowledge Knowledge of terminology Knowledge of specific details and elements
© Joy McGregor October 2003 6 Conceptual knowledge Knowledge of classifications and categories Knowledge of principles and generalisations Knowledge of theories, models, and structures
© Joy McGregor October 2003 7 Procedural knowledge Knowledge of subject-specific skills and algorithms Knowledge of subject-specific techniques and methods Knowledge of criteria for determining when to use appropriate procedures
© Joy McGregor October 2003 8 Metacognitive knowledge Strategic knowledge Knowledge about cognitive tasks, including appropriate contextual and conditional knowledge Self-knowledge
© Joy McGregor October 2003 9 Todd’s Skills for KM People skills Cognitive skills Management skills Organisation and business skills Information processing skills IT skills
© Joy McGregor October 2003 10 People skills Collaborative learning: –Team work and networking –Cooperation with others –Building trust relationships –Perseverance and motivation –Conflict resolution and negotiation –Alliance building –Advocacy I-Search: –Interview skills –Perseverance and motivation
© Joy McGregor October 2003 11 Cognitive skills Thinking skills Analytical skills Synthesis Judgement Evaluation Ability to define the scope Oral and written communication Presentation skills
© Joy McGregor October 2003 12 Management skills Change management Research and research management Project management Database management Human resources management
© Joy McGregor October 2003 13 Organisation and business skills Marketing View bigger picture Policy formation Business acumen Able to link outcomes to organisations Crystal ball gazing
© Joy McGregor October 2003 14 Information processing skills Packaging information Recording information Methods of storage and retrieval Organising information Distributing information Content management Cataloging and classifying
© Joy McGregor October 2003 15 Information technology skills Database design Information systems Web publishing Internet publishing Use of groupware software Computer software skills
© Joy McGregor October 2003 16 Outcome based model United Way of America. 1996. Measuring Program Outcomes: A Practical Approach. United Way of America.
© Joy McGregor October 2003 17 Inputs Resources dedicated to or consumed by the program
© Joy McGregor October 2003 18 Activities What the program does with the inputs to fulfill its mission
© Joy McGregor October 2003 19 Outputs The direct products of program activities
© Joy McGregor October 2003 20 Outcomes Benefits for participants during and after program activities
© Joy McGregor October 2003 21 Personal Understandings Inquiry learning Connect Wonder Investigate Construct Express Reflect Stripling, Barbara. In press. Inquiry based learning. Ch. In Curriculum and Instruction through the library. Libraries Unlimited. Colorado.
© Joy McGregor October 2003 22 Remember ( Knowledge 1956 ) Recognising Recalling
© Joy McGregor October 2003 23 Understand ( Comprehension 1956) Interpreting Exemplifying Classifying Summarising Inferring Comparing Explaining
© Joy McGregor October 2003 24 Apply ( Application 1956) Executing Implementing
© Joy McGregor October 2003 25 Analyse ( Analysis 1956) Differentiating Organising Attributing
© Joy McGregor October 2003 26 Evaluate ( Evaluation 1956) Checking Critiquing
© Joy McGregor October 2003 27 Create ( Synthesis 1956) Generating Planning Producing “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” Albert Einstein
© Joy McGregor October 2003 28 Managing knowledge=wisdom? Knowledge, a rude unprofitable mass, The mere materials with which wisdom builds, Till smoothed and squared and fitted to its place, Does but encumber whom it seems to enrich. Knowledge is proud that he has learned so much; Wisdom is humble that he knows no more. William Cowper,1736.
© Joy McGregor October 2003 29 Reference List Anderson, LW & Krathwohl, DR 2001, A taxonomy for learning, teaching, and assessing: A revision of Bloom’s Taxonomy of educational objectives, Longman, NY. Cowper, W 1785, In The Columbia World of Quotations, New York: Columbia University Press, 1996, viewed 1 October 2003. Measuring program outcomes: A practical approach, 1996, United Way of America. Todd, RJ 2003, The Smart School: Knowledge management working for your future. ASLA Biennial Conference SCIS Oration, viewed 20 September 2003, http://www.asla.org.au/Todd.pdf. Todd, RJ & Southon, G 2001, ‘Educating for knowledge management: Perceptions of library and information professionals’. Australian Library Journal vol. 50, no. 4, viewed 20 September 2003,.
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