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1 Literasi Informasi Kimia Prodi Kimia & Pendidikan Kimia / Smt 1 TA 2010/2011
# 1 Course Overview

2 #1 Agenda Hari Ini Literasi Informasi: Standar Kompetensi & Rubrik 1 Mengenal Jenis Sumber Informasi 2 Minggu Depan 4

3 INFORMATION LITERACY Karakteristik utama abad ke-21: information abundant & Intensive Setiap individu dihadapkan pada berbagai informasi yang diperlukan dalam studi, pekerjaan, maupun kehidupannya secara umum. Sumber & jenis informasi beragam Masalah otentisitas : Masalah validitas : Masalah reliabilitas : Bentuk (grafis, tekstual, numerik) & cara/metode akses juga bermacam-macam Tantangan khusus dalam mengevaluasi, memahami, dan menggunakan informasi secara legal dan etis.

4 INFORMATION LITERACY Ability to recognize when information is needed
INFORMATION LITERACY Definition (American Library Association/ALA): Ability to recognize when information is needed locate, access, and use the needed information effectively, ethically, and legally

5 INFORMATION LITERACY Standards of Competency (The Association for College and Research Libraries /ACRL) determine the extent of information needed; access the needed information effectively and efficiently; evaluate information and its sources critically; incorporate selected information into one's knowledge base; use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose; understand the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information; and access and use information ethically and legally.

6 INFORMATION LITERACY Areas of IL (Lant, 2001) Information structure;
INFORMATION LITERACY Areas of IL (Lant, 2001) Information structure; Analytical and evaluative practices; Discovery and search practices; Communication practices; History of information in your field.

7 Questions related to Structure of Information
Questions related to Structure of Information 1.What constitutes information in your field? 2.Does your field of study involve different levels of information (for example:primary, secondary, data, metadata)? 3.Where does information in your field come from? 4.How is it collected? 5.Who collects it? 6.Is this information commented upon? 7.Who comments upon it? 8.How is information stored? 9.Where is information archived? 10.In what format is information in your field presented? 11.In what form is commentary upon information in your field presented? 12.Which media are most important in the storage and presentation of information in your field? 13.Is information in your field presented numerically, textually, visually? 14.Are sounds an important component of information in your field?

8 Jenis-jenis Sumber Informasi
Jenis-jenis Sumber Informasi Primer Sekunder Tersier IMPORTANT NOTE: The types of information that can be considered primary sources may vary depending on the subject discipline, and depend how you are using the material. For example: A magazine article reporting on recent studies linking the reduction of energy consumption to the compact fluorescent light bulb would be a secondary source. A research article or study proving this would be a primary source. However, if you were studying how compact fluorescent light bulbs are presented in the popular media, the magazine article could be considered a primary source.

9 Primary Sources Definition:
Primary Sources Definition: Primary sources are original materials. They are from the time period involved and have not been filtered through interpretation or evaluation. Primary sources are original materials on which other research is based. They are usually the first formal appearance of results in physical, print or electronic format. They present original thinking, report a discovery, or share new information. Note: The definition of a primary source may vary depending upon the discipline or context.

10 Primary Sources Examples include:
Primary Sources Examples include: Artifacts (e.g. coins, plant specimens, fossils, furniture, tools, clothing, all from the time under study); Audio recordings (e.g. radio programs) Diaries; Internet communications on , list servs; Interviews (e.g., oral histories, telephone, ); Journal articles published in peer-reviewed publications; Letters; Newspaper articles written at the time; Original Documents (i.e. birth certificate, will, marriage license, trial transcript); Patents; Photographs Proceedings of Meetings, conferences and symposia; Records of organizations, government agencies (e.g. annual report, treaty, constitution, government document); Speeches; Survey Research (e.g., market surveys, public opinion polls); Video recordings (e.g. television programs); Works of art, architecture, literature, and music (e.g., paintings, sculptures, musical scores, buildings, novels, poems). Web site.

11 Secondary Sources Definition: Secondary sources are less easily defined than primary sources. Generally, they are accounts written after the fact with the benefit of hindsight. They are interpretations and evaluations of primary sources. Secondary sources are not evidence, but rather commentary on and discussion of evidence. However, what some define as a secondary source, others define as a tertiary source. Note: The definition of a primary source may vary depending upon the discipline or context. Context is everything.

12 Secondary Sources Examples include:
Secondary Sources Examples include: Bibliographies (also considered tertiary); Biographical works; Commentaries, criticisms; Dictionaries, Encyclopedias (also considered tertiary); Histories; Journal articles (depending on the disciple can be primary); Magazine and newspaper articles (this distinction varies by discipline); Monographs, other than fiction and autobiography; Textbooks (also considered tertiary); Web site (also considered primary).

13 Tertiary Sources Tertiary sources consist of information which is a distillation and collection of primary and secondary sources. Almanacs; Bibliographies (also considered secondary); Chronologies; Dictionaries and Encyclopedias (also considered secondary); Directories; Fact books; Guidebooks; Indexes, abstracts, bibliographies used to locate primary and secondary sources; Manuals; Handouts Textbooks (also be secondary).

14 Comparison Across the Disciplines
Comparison Across the Disciplines SUBJECT PRIMARY SECONDARY TERTIARY Art and Architecture Painting by Manet Article critiquing art piece ArtStor database Chemistry/Life Sciences Einstein's diary Monograph on Einstein's life Dictionary on Theory of Relativity Engineering/Physical Sciences Patent NTIS database Manual on using invention Humanities Letters by Martin Luther King Web site on King's writings Encyclopedia on Civil Rights Movement Social Sciences Notes taken by clinical psychologist Magazine article about the psychological condition Textbook on clinical psychology Performing Arts Movie filmed in 1942 Biography of the director Guide to the movie

15 UNTUK PERTEMUAN #4 Buka Carilah minimal 2 contoh informasi primer, 2 contoh informasi sekunder yang sumbernya situs ini. (Kelompok 1 s.d. 3) Diskusi status Buku Petunjuk Praktikum dan Handout Mata Kuliah sebagai sumber informasi dalam bidang kimia. Kemukakan alasan. (Kelompok 4-5) Ketika menulis laporan praktikum, berikan contoh sumber informasi primer dan sumber informasi sekunder (Kelompok 6-8) Diskusikan masalah validitas sumber informasi primer, sekunder, dan tersier. Faktor-faktor apa saja yang perlu dipertimbangkan. Berikan contoh untuk bidang kimia. (Kelompok 9-10)

16 Minggu Depan Siapkan laporan tertulis
Minggu Depan Siapkan laporan tertulis Setiap orang siap untuk diminta presentasi singkat (dipilih secara random) Materi berikutnya – reading skills

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