Download PDF by Dorothy Anne Warner: A Disciplinary Blueprint for the Assessment of Information

By Dorothy Anne Warner

ISBN-10: 1591585937

ISBN-13: 9781591585930

Have you ever fearful that literature on library guide bargains extra with equipment of assessing pupil perspective than pupil studying? if this is the case, you can be completely happy to understand anyone is doing anything approximately it!

Eight specified disciplinary modules are offered, every one making a choice on a sequence of data literacy goals constructed in keeping with Bloom's Taxonomy of Cognitive Objectives.

A substantial curriculum map embedded inside every one module lists the series of classes required for the disciplinary significant and the extent at which the path is taught (sophomore, junior, etc.), notes even if details literacy guideline is at the moment taught by way of the library for that specific direction, and delineates the explicit info literacy studying goals the scholars needs to grasp for you to satisfy the direction assignments.

Collaborative accountability for educating the knowledge literacy abilities can be defined, with particular thoughts for tactics the library can boost its help for the explicit self-discipline. furthermore, evaluate methodologies are pointed out; together with scoring rubrics designed particularly for the disciplinary info literacy objectives.

An crucial source for educational librarians able to take the bounce from episodic reactive reaction to programmatic sequenced integration into the curriculum.

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In other words, the student needs to match the information need with the appropriate source type and know when to appropriately select a scholarly encyclopedia, a book, an article, or a government agency Web site to fill the information need. Typically undertaken in a general education sequence or a research writing course, the level of the evaluation process that freshmen need to master includes identifying the differences between the object, content, and purpose of several source types. Scholarly subject encyclopedias provide background information for an initial overview of a topic and often provide a bibliography.

Taxonomy of Educational Objectives: The Classification of Educational Goals: Handbook I: Cognitive Domain. New York: McKay, 1956. Buschman, John. “Information Literacy, ‘New’ Literacies, and Literacy” (under review). D’Angelo, Barbara J. ” Research Strategies 18 (2001): 303–309. and Berkowitz, Robert E. Curriculum Initiative: An Agenda and Strategy for Library Media Programs. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing, 1988. Goody, Jack and Watt, Ian. ” In Power and Ideology in Education, eds. Jerome Karabel and A.

Interpretation of original data and explanation of significance? 2. What is the nature of the documentation? Is supporting evidence given? Are sources for that evidence clearly documented? Are sources for that evidence appropriate? What are the credentials of the sources? Are the sources current? Purpose and Intended Audience 3. What is (are) the purposes of the article? To describe (What happened)? ) To entertain? 4. Who is the intended audience? General reader? Professionals in the same discipline?

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