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  1. MA-presentation, RSLIS, 8th of May 2013 Master course (7½ ECTS):Information literacies and instructional design In collaboration with University of Washington as part of an international summer school

  2. Facts 2nd of September – 28th September , with 3 weeks’ overlap Classes Mondays through Thursdays (mornings until lunch) Participants16 UW students (40 applied), 10-15 RSLIS students. ApplicationA motivational letter (max 1 page) in English should be sent to studadmkbh@iva.dkbefore 15th May 2013. Local secretary/coordinator: Hazel Engelsmann(thd676@alumni.ku.dk)

  3. MA-presentation, RSLIS, 8th of May 2013 More informationwww.iva.dk/uddannelser/international masterwww.iva.dk/english/education

  4. MA-presentation, RSLIS, 8th of May 2013 Course structure • A module offered as part of the International Summer School • 7½ credit course • Period: week 36-39 • Week 36-38 course and field trips (Monday-Thursday) • Week 39 supervision • Examination • Written paper, subject chosen by the student • Assessment: 7-point grading scale • Internal marking • Examination language(s): English

  5. MA-presentation, RSLIS, 8th of May 2013 Course content • An introduction to different traditions and approaches to information literacy and their underlying conceptions and learning perspectives. • Examining frameworks for teaching and critically reflect on how to design information literacies instruction and user education • Traditions and approaches to information literacy • Concepts and theories of information literacy and learning • The role of the user in ‘user education’ • Strategies for teaching and learning • Approaches to studying information behavior and practice • Designing for user education • Cases and examples

  6. MA-presentation, RSLIS, 8th of May 2013 Instructors Jens-Erik Mai RSLIS Camilla Moring RSLIS • Trent Hill • University of • Washington • Trine Schreiber • RSLIS