Information Literacy & Online Information Literacy

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Information Literacy & Online Information Literacy. TRIG (TAFE Reference Interest Group) Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus, 14 th November 2003. Program. 10.15 10.35 Know it All! Online Angela Mare, Holmesglen - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Information Literacy & Online Information LiteracyTRIG (TAFE Reference Interest Group)Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus, 14th November 2003

  • Program10.15 10.35 Know it All! Online Angela Mare, Holmesglen10.35 10.55 Information Literacy Tutorial Sarah Barnard, Kangan Batman11.00 11.15 Break11.15-11.35 UnCOILing information literacy at Chisholm- Terri Bell & Laraine Impey, Chisholm11.35 11.55 Assessing Information skills of students Laraine Impey, Chisholm12.00 2.00 Lunch Glenferrie Hotel2.00 3.00 Information Literacy in TAFE Libraries Group discussion3.00 3.30 Afternoon tea3.30 4.20 Promotion of Information Literacy and training Group discussion4.20 4.30 Closing and thanks

  • CAUL IL Framework(Draft 2nd ed.) Australian/NZ Information Literacy Framework: Principles, Standards & Practice 2003Standard One:The information literate person recognises the need for information and determines the nature and extent of the information needed.

  • CAUL IL Framework(Draft 2nd ed.) Australian/NZ Information Literacy Framework: Principles, Standards & Practice 2003Standard Two:The information literate person finds needed information effectively and efficiently

  • CAUL IL Framework(Draft 2nd ed.) Australian/NZ Information Literacy Framework: Principles, Standards & Practice 2003Standard Three:The information literate person critically evaluates information and the information seeking process

  • CAUL IL Framework(Draft 2nd ed.) Australian/NZ Information Literacy Framework: Principles, Standards & Practice 2003Standard Four:The information literate person manages information collected or generated

  • CAUL IL Framework(Draft 2nd ed.) Australian/NZ Information Literacy Framework: Principles, Standards & Practice 2003Standard Five:The information literate person applies prior and new information to construct new concepts or create new understandings.

  • CAUL IL Framework(Draft 2nd ed.) Australian/NZ Information Literacy Framework: Principles, Standards & Practice 2003Standard Six:The information literate person uses information with understanding and acknowledges cultural, ethical, economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information.

  • Mayer Key competenciesPutting Education to work: The Key Competencies report (Mayer 1992)Collecting, analysing and organising informationCommunicating ideas and informationPlanning and organising activitiesWorking with others and in teamsUsing mathematical ideas and techniquesSolving problemsUsing technology

  • Integration of the Key Competencies within Training PackagesTraining Package Development Handbook. Part 5 Section 2http://www.anta.gov.au/publication.asp?qsID=210Collecting, Analysing and Organising Information focuses on the capacity to locate information, sift and sort information in order to select what is required and present it in a useful way, and evaluate both the information itself and the sources and methods used to obtain it.

  • Collecting, Analysing and Organising InformationResponsiveness to the purposes of information, the nature of the sources and the audienceApplication of access and retrieval techniques and principlesAnalysis and organisation of informationEvaluation of quality and validity of information

  • Performance LevelsPerformance Level 1 (undertake tasks effectively):At this level a person: follows existing guidelines for the collection, analysis and organisation of information, and accesses and records information from given sources; and organises information into predetermined categories, and checks information for completeness and accuracy

  • Performance LevelsPerformance Level 2 (ability to manage tasks):At this level a person: clarifies the needs of the audience and the purposes of the information, and accesses and records information from a variety of sources; and selects categories or structures by which to organise information; and assesses information for relevance, accuracy and completeness.

  • Performance LevelsPerformance Level 3 (evaluating and reshaping tasks):At this level a person: defines the needs of the audiences and the purposes of the information; and critically investigates sources to identify and distil relevant information, and identifies within information the main organising categories and structures; and evaluates the quality and validity of information.

  • Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)AQF Implementation Handbook 2002Table 4: Distinguishing features of Learning Outcomeshttp://www.aqf.edu.au/implem.htm

  • Training PackagesNational Training Information Servicewww.ntis.gov.auExamples of key competencies embedded in Competency Standards/ Units of competency/Training Packages

  • Discovery template- University of BallaratRose Counsel- Information Literacy Project Officer:Flexible and Online DevelopmentDiscovery template developed as part of the 2000-2001 UBonline project for integration within flexibly delivered units/courses.http://www.ballarat.edu.au/aasp/acsupport/infores/library/discovery/index.shtml Paper from CRIG forum May 2003http://www.caval.edu.au/wpr/crig/pa/2003_papers.html

    10.15 10.35 Know it All! Online Angela Mare, Holmesglen10.35 10.55 Information Literacy Tutorial Sarah Barnard, Kangan Batman

    11.00 11.15 BreakLocation of ToiletsTea & Coffee (see meeting room)

    11.15-11.35 UnCOILing information literacy at Chisholm- Terri Bell & Laraine Impey, Chisholm11.35 11.55 Assessing Information skills of students Laraine Impey, Chisholm

    12.00 2.00 Lunch Glenferrie Hotel(See map next slide)Bistro menuPay as you order

    2.00 3.00 Information Literacy in TAFE Libraries Group discussion2 groups facilitated by Giao Pham and Nicole PhillipsOpportunity to share ideas and experiences (What does your library do?)Orientations, Databases/Internet, Research skills classes

    3.00 3.30 Afternoon tea

    3.30 4.20 Promotion of Information Literacy and training Group discussion2 groups facilitated by Giao Pham and Nicole PhillipsOpportunity to share ideas and experiences (What does your library do?)Information Literacy standards and policiesPromotion of resources and trainingTraining of Library staff

    4.20 4.30 Closing and thanks

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