New PDF release: A Guide to Teaching Information Literacy: 101 Practical Tips

By Helen Conroy, Jo Webb

ISBN-10: 1856046591

ISBN-13: 9781856046596

The position of the librarian more and more comprises offering info literacy utilizing a number of instructing equipment, from supplying induction periods to casual one-to-one help on a day by day foundation. even if this can be more and more well-known, many practitioners shouldn't have educating skills and are usually left to fulfil a job for which they think ill-equipped. even if they do have educating skills, those are frequently won from mainstream classes that don't consistently appropriately handle the supply of knowledge literacy. This ebook is a much-needed sourcebook to aid library employees within the supply of knowledge literacy educating, via supplying sensible assistance on attempted and established principles and methods for classes. packed with tricks and assistance grounded in studying concept, it's a functional reference software designed to be dipped into as wanted while making plans educating and coaching. the place acceptable the actions are mapped to types of data literacy, with advice on adapting principles for various degrees and contexts. suggestion is given on actions within the following components corresponding to: designing classes; getting ready periods; providing periods; types of classes; educating through subject; growing instructing / aid fabrics; assessing studying; comparing instructing classes; and, e-learning. This easy-to-use e-book is a useful resource of notion for any librarian curious about instructing info literacy, whether or not they are new to instructing or skilled yet looking for clean rules.

Show description

Read or Download A Guide to Teaching Information Literacy: 101 Practical Tips PDF

Best library & information science books

New PDF release: Super Simple Storytelling: A Can-Do Guide for Every

Apart from courses to greater than forty strong storytelling routines, you can find the Golden record of what an viewers particularly wishes from storytelling, a confirmed, step by step approach for effectively studying and remembering a narrative, and the Great-Amazing-Never-Fail security internet to avoid storytelling mess ups.

Download PDF by Rob Reid: Cool Story Programs for the School-Age Crowd

What child would not love literary explorations of the smelly, creepy, and soiled? Throw in rats, witches, extraterrestrial beings, and lingerie, and it truly is impossible to resist. but few tale occasions are designed for user-friendly tuition kids, who're cause on keeping apart themselves from more youthful siblings. Why should not there extra occasions for those childrens?

Read e-book online Helping Homeschoolers in the Library PDF

Long ago decade, the increase of homeschooling has had a huge impression on public libraries. study from the nationwide heart of schooling information (NCES) unearths that of the 1. 1 million little ones being homeschooled within the usa, seventy eight% of homeschooling mom and dad use the general public library as their basic source of studying fabrics.

Read e-book online The SBL Handbook of Style: For Ancient Near Eastern, PDF

"The SBL guide of favor is an superb booklet, a real 'one-stop' reference for authors getting ready manuscripts in religious study and comparable fields. It covers an awesome diversity of issues, from what each literate pupil may still recognize (but would possibly not) to what in basic terms the main erudite professional in an vague sub-field of the self-discipline will be more likely to be aware of.

Additional info for A Guide to Teaching Information Literacy: 101 Practical Tips

Sample text

It is usually desirable to ensure that your outcomes are measurable: can the learner show that they have achieved the outcome? This is useful for gathering evidence of the impact of your teaching, as well as providing the learner with a sense of achievement. Learning outcomes are therefore closely tied to assessment and evaluation and you should consider how you will measure outcomes right at the start. With information skills teaching, many of your outcomes may be to raise awareness of library resources rather than impart specific skills.

This can be done in a variety of ways, but you need to link your aims, objectives and learning outcomes to the assessment to make it most effective. There are different kinds of assessment: • Summative assessment takes place at the conclusion of the learning experience. • Formative assessment takes place during the learning experience and can be something as simple as asking your learners to do a task and giving them feedback while they are working on it. • Diagnostic assessment takes place prior to your sessions and can be 31 PLANNINg used to assess existing knowledge and ability to inform your teaching and to benchmark learning.

Bloom’s taxonomy has three domains: the cognitive (relating to knowledge), the affective (values and beliefs) and the psychomotor (physical skills). These relate to ‘knowledge, attitude and skills’ structures which you may see underpinning many approaches to learning and evaluation. Each domain has a series of levels that act as ‘building blocks’ for learning. Information literacy sessions are likely to involve all three domains, but will normally focus on the cognitive domain – the acquisition and use of knowledge.

Download PDF sample

A Guide to Teaching Information Literacy: 101 Practical Tips by Helen Conroy, Jo Webb

by Michael

Rated 4.00 of 5 – based on 41 votes