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-ACRL Association of College and Research LibrariesINFORMATION LITERACY is the set of skills needed to find, retrieve, analyze, and use information -ACRL Association of College and Research Libraries
Data Smog INFORMATION ANXIETY Overwhelming amounts of informationSpeed of information pressure to make fast decisions feeling that essential information is missing David Shenk, 1997
Why are IL skills important?save time and produce superior work
Why are IL skills important?contribute to student success leading to higher rates of retention and graduation
Why are IL skills important?Students develop highly rated workplace skills such as critical thinking, problem solving and e-competencies
Present and Future Now – at the request of faculty or students – haphazard Future – integrated into the curriculum
Information Literacy Plandiverse student population wide variety of programs off and on campus students full and part-time students
ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher EducationProvides a framework for assessing the information literate individual 5 standards and 22 performance indicators
INFORMATION LITERATE STUDENTSHAVE A BETTER CHANCE OF BECOMING WORKPLACE READY GRADUATES
Information Literacy Using the BIG 6 for Research.
Training for Organizations
The Power of Information Literacy Developing and Testing a Campus-Wide IL Rubric Mary C. MacDonald & Jim Kinnie Project funded by: Davis Educational Foundation,
The Role of Libraries Special Committee Robert Morris University
Critical Thinking in Information Literacy Program Gabrielle Wong May 2010.
Accreditation: An Opportunity to Promote Information Technology Fluency NLII Annual Meeting San Diego, CA January 26, 2004 Joan K. Lippincott CNI.
Information Literacy and the University Curriculum A Workshop Sponsored by CETLA and the University Howard University June 2005.
Library Media Lesson F. Yokoyama
Ed Hirsch & the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards Team 5: Alexis, Julie, Amba & Kristin.
Analyzing Your Instructional Environment: Working Your Way Through Instructional Programming ACRL Instruction Section, Management & Leadership Committee.
DIGITAL AGE SKILLS TECHNOLOGY PROFICIENCY –Ability to use digital tools for information processing, management, and communication INFORMATION LITERACY.
Culture of Assessment NCLB Outcomes-based assessment Accountability.
Helpful URLs. Rubric URLs
Information Literacy Standards for the 21 st Century Learners.
Weber State University Meeting the Challenges of Library Instruction in Core Writing Courses Carol Hansen Professor and Instruction Services Librarian.
VALUE-ing Information Literacy: Developing a Community of Practitioners through Assessment Mary C. MacDonald, Jim Kinnie, and Elaine Finan Project funded.
“Learn It! Live It!” Ensuring the Workforce Readiness Skills and Behaviors of Today’s and Tomorrow’s Workers Quality Enhancement Plan Faculty Training.
March 2007 ULS Information Literacy and Assessment of Learning Program.
Digitally literate graduates = success in life and work Sabina Robertson, Deakin University Library July 7, 2015.
Competencies for the 21 st Century LEMA VISION MISSION & STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES (SLO)
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