Using Technology To Teach Information Literacy

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  • Copyright: 2008-09-30
  • Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub

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Table of Contents

List of Figures and Appendicesp. ix
Forewordp. xi
Prefacep. xv
Information Literacy Instruction and Standardsp. xvi
Book Organizationp. xviii
Using Technology at Your Institutionp. xxi
Acknowledgmentsp. xxiii
The Collaborative Web
Section Introductionp. 1
Developing Blog and Wiki Communities to Link Student Research, Community Service, and Collaborative Discoursep. 5
Introductionp. 5
Literature Reviewp. 6
The Honors Collegep. 11
Disciplinary Perspectivesp. 12
Library Support for Discipline-specific Coursesp. 14
Partnerships in Pedagogyp. 14
Technology Tools: Blogger, Bloglines, and Peanut Butter Wikis (PBwiki.com)p. 17
Collaborative Course Assignmentsp. 18
Assessment Strategiesp. 23
Conclusionp. 25
A Conversation about Collaboration: Using Web-based Video Streaming to Integrate Information Literacy into a Research Assignment for a Large Blended Classp. 29
Introductionp. 29
The Librarian's Perspectivep. 30
The Faculty Member's Perspectivep. 32
Our Second Instructor Reflects on the Student's Perspectivep. 33
Bringing Our Concerns Together: The Genesis of Our Relationshipp. 34
Planning for Success Through Collaboration and Integrationp. 36
The Research Assignment: "Beyond Accidental Pedagogy"p. 38
Assessmentp. 43
Reflections on Our Challengesp. 44
Our Next Steps Togetherp. 46
Summary and Conclusionp. 47
The World War II Poster Project: Building a Digital Library through Information Literacy Partnershipsp. 51
Introductionp. 51
The Project Teamp. 53
Institutional Contextp. 53
The Pedagogy of the Poster Projectp. 55
The World War II Poster Projectp. 57
HIST100: A Faculty-Staff Collaborationp. 63
Lessons Learnedp. 64
Course Management Systems
Section Introductionp. 83
Beyond the Blended Librarian: Creating Full Partnerships with Faculty to Embed Information Literacy in Online Learning Systemsp. 87
Information and the University Educationp. 87
Literature Reviewp. 88
The University of Waterloop. 92
German 272: German Thought and Culturep. 93
Integrated Collaborationp. 94
Learning and the Online Course Environmentp. 96
Assessing Results and Attitudesp. 100
Some Conclusionsp. 106
WISPR: A Constructivist Approach to Information Literacy Education in Blended Learning Environmentsp. 111
Introductionp. 111
Backgroundp. 111
WISPR Developmentp. 116
Case Studiesp. 122
WISPR and Future Directionp. 134
Library Research Video Mix: The Use of Collaborative Multimedia via WebCT in a Senior Experience Course for Businessp. 139
Introductionp. 139
Related Literaturep. 141
An Environment Conducive for Technology and Communityp. 142
AACSB, Information Literacy, and the Collegep. 143
Discussion of Case Study and Faculty-Librarian Collaborationp. 143
Information Research Competencies and the Video Mixp. 149
Assessment of Technological Innovation and Pedagogical Approach to Student Learningp. 152
Conclusionp. 156
Enhancements to the Current Modelp. 156
Online Assessment
Section Introductionp. 161
Assessment in Small Bytes: Creating an Online Instrument to Measure Information Literacy Skillsp. 165
Foundational Layer: Literature Reviewp. 167
Institutional Layer: University Opportunities and Expectationsp. 168
Disciplinary Layers: Blending Voicesp. 170
Planning, Developing, and Delivering the Test Instrumentp. 172
Modifications: Technology and Pedagogyp. 174
Study Size, Initial Effects, and Resultsp. 177
What We Learned from Phase Ip. 180
Phase II: Future Possibilitiesp. 182
A Constructivist Approach to Instructional Technology and Assessment in ESL Course Designp. 193
Introductionp. 193
Related Literaturep. 194
ESL and IL at Suffolk County Community Collegep. 199
Aligning ESL016 Objectives with Student Learning Needsp. 200
Information Literacy: An Incremental Processp. 202
Technological Competency: An Incremental Processp. 206
Benchmarks of Student Progressp. 209
Conclusionp. 213
Current Challenges and Future Directionsp. 213
About the Editors and Contributorsp. 219
Indexp. 225
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