Information Literacy for Teaching and Learning (LIS 568)
Theories, process and practical applications of information literacy. Development of information literacy programs for libraries, community agencies, business, education or other information settings. Intrinsic themes include the integral relationship between technology and information literacy and continual evaluation. The emphasis of the course is on school library media resources and services. Students design, implement and assess information-rich units of study, integrating information literacy skills with classroom content. Washington Essential Learnings and Alaska Essential Goals are examined as they relate to the school library media program.
- Critique information processing models
- Develop and implement collaborative, information-based units of study
- Evaluate and redesign units, assessment tools and strategies
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