Information literacy: enabling users in Higher Education
Sharon Markless of King’s College London will be speaking about - Information literacy: enabling users in Higher Education
Date - Thursday May 10th , 10.30am – 5.00pm
Venue - Seminar Room, Library & Information Centre, Swansea University.
She will cover the following topics -
Information literacy: more than a shopping list of skills?
What conception of IL do you want to project? Do you need an agreed framework – or any framework? How might you use a model of IL?
How do students learn to be information literate? 1
Key learning principles underpinning on-line or face-to-face interventions
Styles and patterns of information-seeking
How do students learn to be information literate? 2
What does the technology do best in supporting/enhancing learning?
The range of on-line learning activities
Linking to the curriculum
What has worked for you?
Sharing specific examples of sessions/programmes/collaborations that have worked well. How do you know what difference they made?
Levels of collaboration (including assessment)
Generic versus discipline-specific material
Stand alone versus embedded IL
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