Hi everyone, I wanted to post a link to the Association of College & Research Libraries’ Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education, which Lauren mentioned in class earlier this week, which should help contextualize recent work by academic librarians on information literacy.
I also wanted to share some additional, optional reading for our 4/23 class on Digital Ethics next week: This recent article in the Chronicle of Higher Ed by Chris Gilliard “How Ed Tech is Exploiting Students” (paywalled, though if you’re on campus you should be able to read it via the link, and I’ve uploaded a PDF into the course group as well).
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Thanks, Maura! I also mentioned the use of threshold concepts for information literacy: http://www.ilthresholdconcepts.com/ as a means for employing the ACRL’s Framework. There are several worthwhile readings in the publications of Brunetti, Hofer, Hanick, & Townsend’s site: http://www.ilthresholdconcepts.com/publications.html