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Teaching Information Literacy Reframed: 50 Framework-Based Exercises for…

por Joanna M. Burkhardt

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ACRL's Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education have, since their adoption in 2, defined information literacy for librarians, educators, and assessment agencies. Earlier this year (215) at Midwinter, the ACRL Board voted to accept the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, which will stand aside and eventually replace or subsume the Standards. This new set of rules has represented an opportunity for us in terms of IL books, an area we do exceptionally well in, because the Framework is not just a revision but a new way of looking at IL--and the Framework is highly theoretical and written in an academic way that begs for translation into practical application, as the recently published Metaliteracy in Practice strives to do for parts of the Framework. Instruction librarians often have little or no training in teaching, creating content for teaching, setting learning outcomes, assessing outcomes, or creating learning objectives, and one person may be in charge of delivering the entire program of information literacy for an institution. This new set of guidelines for IL has sent already stressed IL librarians scarmbling for practical applications of the Framework. New instruction librarians often turn to short courses, books, and articles to find out how other people in the field provide instruction.In Teaching Information Literacy Reframed, Joanna M. Burkhardt, bestselling author in the field with 25 years of experience in teaching information literacy, decodes the Framework for Information Literacy and its six threshold concepts, offering practical advice and suggestions as to how to help students get started on the road to information literacy, and more than 5 classroom-ready Framework-based exercises that address each threshold concept at the beginner level, scaffolding to the intermediate level. It also offers best practices in creating learning outcomes, assessments, rubrics, and teaching tricks and tips.… (mais)
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The first chapter provides an overview of the ACRL framework. Subsequent chapters explore each aspect in greater depth ending with several practical assignments relating to the particular focus. This is a handy book for getting started, but I would like to see more variety.
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ACRL's Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education have, since their adoption in 2, defined information literacy for librarians, educators, and assessment agencies. Earlier this year (215) at Midwinter, the ACRL Board voted to accept the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, which will stand aside and eventually replace or subsume the Standards. This new set of rules has represented an opportunity for us in terms of IL books, an area we do exceptionally well in, because the Framework is not just a revision but a new way of looking at IL--and the Framework is highly theoretical and written in an academic way that begs for translation into practical application, as the recently published Metaliteracy in Practice strives to do for parts of the Framework. Instruction librarians often have little or no training in teaching, creating content for teaching, setting learning outcomes, assessing outcomes, or creating learning objectives, and one person may be in charge of delivering the entire program of information literacy for an institution. This new set of guidelines for IL has sent already stressed IL librarians scarmbling for practical applications of the Framework. New instruction librarians often turn to short courses, books, and articles to find out how other people in the field provide instruction.In Teaching Information Literacy Reframed, Joanna M. Burkhardt, bestselling author in the field with 25 years of experience in teaching information literacy, decodes the Framework for Information Literacy and its six threshold concepts, offering practical advice and suggestions as to how to help students get started on the road to information literacy, and more than 5 classroom-ready Framework-based exercises that address each threshold concept at the beginner level, scaffolding to the intermediate level. It also offers best practices in creating learning outcomes, assessments, rubrics, and teaching tricks and tips.

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