Trends in teaching information literacy

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  • Chris Morrison, University of Kent

    https://copyrightliteracy.org @UKCopyrightLit

    COPYRIGHT THE CARD GAME:

    WORKS, USAGES, LICENCES AND EXCEPTIONS

    @cbowiemorrison c.morrison@kent.ac.uk

    http://blogs.kent.ac.uk/copyrightliteracykent/13th October 2016, Library Connect Webinar

    https://copyrightliteracy.org/http://blogs.kent.ac.uk/copyrightliteracykent/

  • CHRIS MORRISON

    @cbowiemorrison

  • FREE* STUFF!!!

    **DOWNLOAD THE FULL COPYRIGHT CARD GAME RESOURCES HERE**

    *Free as in beer, and free as in speech

    https://ukcopyrightliteracy.wordpress.com/about-2/copyright-the-card-game/

  • @cbowiemorrison @jsecker

    COPYRIGHT LITERACY

    @ukcopyrightlitWhy copyright education is a fundamental part of

    digital and information literacy [blog post]

    http://www.cilip.org.uk/blog/why-copyright-education-fundamental-part-digital-information-literacy

  • THE OPPORTUNITY

  • INSPIRATION

    Can I Copy? Copyright Snakes and Ladders

    2014 Annette Moore, University of Sussex

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    (BY)

    Licensees may copy, distribute,

    display and perform the work and

    make derivative works based on it

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    original work. (See also copyleft.)

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    Works (ND)

    Licensees may copy, distribute,

    display and perform only verbatim

    copies of the work, not derivative

    works based on it.

    https://creativecommons.org

    http://www.openeducationeuropa.eu/en/resource/can-i-copy-snakes-and-ladders-game-copyright-dos-and-dontshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attribution_(copyright)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Share-alikehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copylefthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-commercialhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derivative_workhttps://creativecommons.org/

  • THE LEARNING

    The Hand, Frank R. Wilson

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hand-Vintage-Frank-R-Wilson/dp/0679740473

  • THE CREATIVE PROCESS

  • HOW THE GAME WORKS

    Works usages licences exceptions

  • HOW THE GAME WORKS

    Each round focuses on one suit

    Each team gets one deck of cards

    Each team must nominate a card handler

    Answers to the scenarios are given by playing the cards

    Teams are encouraged to confer and agree answers

  • WHY THE GAME WORKS

    "best session on copyright I

    have ever attended.

    great game format make me

    think about the issues"

    Very informative, in small

    chunks of information and

    mixed with group interaction. I

    learned a lot in the two hours

    and consolidated some

    previous knowledge also.

    Explain concept to team

    mates or discussing possible

    options, it made it clearer for

    myself. It is a fun way to approach

    a fairly turgid subject

    It was a lot of fun, copyright

    can be a lot to chew and this

    session made it easy to

    digest... The cards were very

    well done, the activity was

    clear which made it a lot more

    fun.

    I found innovative the

    presentation of copyrighting

    issues through an

    interactive workshop.

  • COPYRIGHT LITERACY RESEARCH

    Click here for ECIL 2016

    phenomenography research

    Click here for lecture recording surveyClick here for UK Copyright Literacy survey paper

    http://www.slideshare.net/seckerj/understanding-librarians-experiences-of-copyrighthttp://www.slideshare.net/seckerj/lecture-capture-risky-business-or-evolving-open-practicehttp://www.lirgjournal.org.uk/lir/ojs/index.php/lir/article/view/675

  • COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE

  • WHAT NEXT?

    New Game: The Publishing Trap

    Runners up at LILAC 2016

    Lagadothon - Click here for video

    Read the book: Click here for

    information and here for a free

    chapter download

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNXesoQx-1w&feature=youtu.behttp://www.facetpublishing.co.uk/title.php?id=300600#.V-KB9PkrKHshttps://ukcopyrightliteracy.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/chapter-6_secker-m_copyright-e-learning-2nd-edn.pdf

  • A Game-based Learning Approach to STEM Information Literacy

    Jay Bhatt|Liaison Librarian for Engineering| bhattjj@drexel.eduLibrary Academic Partnerships, Drexel University Libraries

    Elsevier AES-LAB Primary Advisor

    Daniel Christe| Research Associate|dic24@drexel.eduDept. of Mechanical Engineering & Mechanics, Drexel University

    Center for Functional Fabrics, Drexel UniversityElsevier AES-LAB Innovation Advisor

    Co-developers: Savannah Lee, Rishiraj Mathur, Krzysztof Mazur, Krishna Dhanni, Aakankschit Nandkeolyar

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    Empowering Engineers with Information

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    2016 Engineering Academic Challenge

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    Based on Knovel + EV

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    Based on Transdisciplinary Themes

    WEEK 1 - Energy for a Sustainable Future

    WEEK 2 - Connectivity in the 21st Century

    WEEK 3 The Future of Making

    WEEK 4 The Future of Medicine

    WEEK 5 The Future of Transport

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  • This?

  • Or this?

  • games = structured play

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  • games = unnecessary obstaclesvoluntarily overcome

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    Microcosms of the real world

    Challengingbut doable

    Progressively harder

    Instant feedback

    Just-in-time learning

    FUN !!!!

    Game Design Principles || Active learning

  • Drexel University Libraries Strategic Plan

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    Scenario

    You just received an interview for a job a Instagram! As part of the interviewing

    process, the Human Resources department has sent you a short timed task withtwo questions.

    Question 1

    At Instagram,we use high and low pass filters to adjust images and manipulate

    them in different ways. Sometimes we can use a linear combination of wavelets

    to filter an image signal. Wavelet bases for a nested sequence of vector spaces

    of functions have finite energy. A filter operates on a signal, creating a newsignal.

    Connectivity in the 21st Century

  • By Students.for Students

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    Campus Engagement

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    Excitement

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    Epic Wins!

  • To download our whitepaper and register for the 2016 Engineering Academic Challenge:

    Visit: https://eac.elsevier.com/sign-up/

  • Would love to learn more from your experiences

    Thoughts and questionsJay BhattLiaison Librarian for Engineeringhttp://www.library.drexel.edu/bhattjj@drexel.edu215-895-1873

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    Thank You!

    http://www.library.drexel.edu/

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