Description: Implementing the Information Literacy Framework
Dave Harmeyer and Janice Baskin have written an incredibly rich guide for those who would like to incorporate the Association of College & Research Libraries’ Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education not only into their own classes but on their campuses more broadly. It is a great strength of the book that it is written by a librarian in conjunction with a classroom...
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Description: Implementing the Information Literacy Framework
Implementing the Information Literacy Framework: A Practical Guide for Librarians is written with three types of people in mind: librarians, classroom educators, and their students. As accreditation bodies increasingly are focused on assessing education requirements that purposefully create information-literate graduates prepared for today’s oversaturated information...
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Description: Implementing the Information Literacy Framework
The authors would like to acknowledge the support and influence of a number of individuals in the creation of this book. First is the director of Azusa Pacific University’s three main campus libraries and presence at seven regional campuses, Dr. Paul Gray, along with his full-time and part-time library faculty and staff. Without his years-long encouragement and workload provisions to compose...
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For this reason, this chapter will first review five foundational milestones of information literacy in librarianship that helped inform the new Framework. Following the brief history, attention is given to five pre-Framework best practices published in information literacy literature and presented as strategies to be used in your Framework campus program. Each approach begins...
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In this chapter, a path toward creating an information literacy Framework campus culture starts with an immersive technique in Tip #1, introducing librarians, students, faculty, and perhaps administrators to the “what” of information literacy today. Moving on, Tip #2 explains how to teach the Framework to a group of classroom faculty in the context of a...
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Taking this cue from Riley, and based on published examples of information literacy on U.S. campuses since early 2015, this chapter offers practical step-by-step cases on how the Framework can be implemented to help academic librarians and classroom faculty make relevant, initial Framework inroads on any campus.
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The last three frames of the Framework, “Research as Inquiry,” “Scholarship as Conversation,” and “Searching as Strategic Exploration,” will be addressed in the next chapter.
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The first three frames of the Framework, “Authority Is Constructed and Contextual,” “Information Creation as a Process,” and “Information Has Value,” were addressed in chapter 8.
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Published in early 2017 by Dave Harmeyer, an academic librarian, and Janice J. Baskin, a classroom faculty, “What Is Information Literacy? A Short Guide for Faculty and Librarians” was originally issued as a six-part series in Azusa Pacific University’s bimonthly Provost Newsletter. The following resource is provided...
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Find on the next page the six frames in boxes that can be copied, cut out, and taped on the back of business cards. The small images in the upper-right corner of each flashcard are suggested as further mnemonic guides. Carry these flashcards wherever you go for those serendipitous moments to talk the Framework walk.
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The key and subsequent coding are rendered in a) highlighted colors as well as b) bracketed numbers so that a black-and-white display (print book) or a color display (e-book) of the data can be read and understood by both modalities. Also, the concepts of experts and novice learners are italicized to more clearly distinguish these two important categories found in each...
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This bookmark example serves as a simple reminder to the concepts that make up the information literacy Framework. Another example of a bookmark might contain a URL link to a LibGuide on information literacy. Other types could include the library’s website logo, phone number, web address, or links to librarian liaisons. A PDF of the bookmarks can be found on...
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Dave Harmeyer is professor and associate dean of university libraries at California’s Azusa Pacific University (APU) and chairs the campus information literacy committee. Dave has a master of library science degree from University of California, Los Angeles, and a doctorate in educational technology from Pepperdine University. His dissertation on...
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This innovative series written and edited for librarians by librarians provides authoritative, practical information and guidance on a wide spectrum of library processes and operations.
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