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Good Morning! On the index card, please:. 1. Guess the number of electronic databases to which Lavery Library currently subscribes. 2. Write your own, brief definition of Information Literacy 3. Choose two major fields of study at Fisher that are most foreign to you:

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Good morning on the index card please
Good Morning! On the index card, please:

  • 1. Guess the number of electronic databases to which Lavery Library currently subscribes.

  • 2. Write your own, brief definition of Information Literacy

  • 3. Choose two major fields of study at Fisher that are most foreign to you:

    (Nursing OR Business OR Education OR English)

    [email protected]

    Kathi Sigler, Instruction Librarian

    January 9, 2008


The middle states commission on higher education
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education

Defines information literacy as an intellectual framework for identifying, finding, understanding, evaluating, and using information.


Association of college and research libraries
Association of College and Research Libraries

The information literate student:

  • Determines information needs

  • Finds possible research sources

  • Evaluates the quality of the sources

  • Uses information purposefully

  • Using information for a specific purpose

  • Uses information legally and ethically


The k 12 il connection
The K-12 IL Connection:

  • The student who is information literate accesses information efficiently and effectively.

  • The student who is information literate evaluates information critically and competently.

  • The student who is information literate uses information accurately and creatively.


Sjfc information literacy
SJFC & Information Literacy

  • 1997 Interface to Knowledge for Lavery

  • 2000 ITILT (Information Technology and Information Literacy Team)

  • 2003 PETAL and Librarians create Information Literacy Goals for SJFC students

  • 2004 Information Literacy Working Group


Current il efforts at sjfc
Current IL Efforts at SJFC

  • First Year Program

  • Pilot areas for imbedded standards: nursing, education, sports studies

  • Upper division course library sessions, as requested

  • Individual student & faculty consults


Who teachers il
Who Teachers IL?

TWO POSSIBLE MODELS :

COMPARTMENTAL (stand-alone)

OR

INTEGRATED **

**Middle States encourages a common sense approach to information literacy; a collaborative effort between librarians and faculty


Sources
Sources

  • Association of College and Research Libraries: http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlissues/acrlinfolit/infolitstandards

  • Middle States Commission on Higher Education:http://www.msache.org/publications.asp

  • American Association of School Librarians:

    http://weblink.scsd.us/~liblinks/AASLstandards.pdf

  • St. John Fisher Lavery Library Faculty Resources:

    http://library.sjfc.edu/il/

    cartoon: www.schools.tdsb.on.ca/albertcampbell



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