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Not Business as Usual: BI to IL Lynn Yeager, MLIS, AHIP OU-Tulsa Library. OK-ACRL Conference, November 5, 2010. Not Business as Usual: BI to IL. Information literacy is not business as usual.

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not business as usual bi to il lynn yeager mlis ahip ou tulsa library

Not Business as Usual: BI to ILLynn Yeager, MLIS, AHIPOU-Tulsa Library

OK-ACRL Conference, November 5, 2010

not business as usual bi to il
Not Business as Usual: BI to IL

Information literacy is not business as usual.

It is part of a larger reform movement in education that seeks major changes in the way institutions educate.

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Not Business as Usual: BI to IL

Information literacy is not business as usual.

“A paradigm shift is taking hold in American higher education. In its briefest form, the paradigm that has governed our colleges it this: A college is an institution that exists to provide instruction. Subtly but profoundly we are shifting to a new paradigm: A college is an institution that exists to produce learning. This shift changes everything.”

Barr and Tagg 1995

significant distinctions
Significant Distinctions

Information literacy instruction

GOAL:

To be an effective user of information in any format and place

Bibliographic Instruction

GOAL:

To teach how to find information in the library

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Significant Distinctions

Information literacy instruction

Collaboratively designed and delivered by the librarian, instructors and others

Bibliographic Instruction

Organized and taught by a librarian

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Significant Distinctions

Information literacy instruction

Librarian or content created by a librarian is often integrated into classes and curriculum

Bibliographic Instruction

Librarian has superficial contact with individual classes and curriculum

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Significant Distinctions

Information literacy instruction

Content consists of critical thinking skills related to the use of information

Bibliographic Instruction

Content consists of teaching students to use research tools accessed through the library

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Significant Distinctions

Information literacy instruction

Teaching methods create learning environments where librarians and faculty are coaches and guides

Bibliographic Instruction

Teaching methods involve lecture, demonstration, with emphasis on the presenter

kotter s process of change
Kotter’s Process of Change
  • Establishing a sense of urgency
  • Creating the guiding coalition
  • Developing a vision
  • Communicating the change vision
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Kotter’s Process of Change
  • Empowering broad based action
  • Generating short term wins
  • Consolidating gains and producing more change
  • Anchoring new approaches of culture

John Kotter, 1996

acts of leadership
Acts of Leadership
  • Negotiate with the faculty
  • Give feedback to a colleague
  • Take a risk
  • Help create a vision
  • Advocate
  • Persuade other to try something new
  • Work with others outside of the library
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Not Business as Usual: BI to IL

“Leadership is more tribal than scientific, more of a weaving of relationships than an amassing of detail.”

Max Du Pree