Why Use Anything But Google? Information Literacy for Teachers/Faculty

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Workshop for high school & community college librarians to model a means of reviewing & enhancing syllabi for information literacy.


1. Why Use Anything But Google? Information Literacy for Teachers/Faculty Esther Grassian UCLA College Library 22 Sep 2005 2. 3. Part 1 List Possible ILI Offerings Prepare Talking Points Enhance Curricula: Syllabus Review Plan for Teamwork 4. Parts 2 & 3 UCLA Library Privileges What Do Entering UCLA Students Need to Know? New Database Interfaces Help LILi Questions Welcome! 5. Handouts 6. List Types of ILI 7. Our List 1-Shots Tours Credit Courses Web Pages for Classes Point-of-Use Guides Research Appointments Discussion Board Responses Interactive Tutorials Syllabus Reviews 8. 9. Administrators can help 10. Questions? 11. 2d-Contact ILI Talking Points 12. 3 Most Important Points? 13. EG describes CUTF 14. EG talks more abt CUTF 15. Intro to trying out syllabus review 16. Syllabus Review 17. Goal: Students will learn how to identify significant figures and topics related to 1920s New York, not on list of assigned authors or topics. 18. Syllabus Review 19. 20. Trigger Words? 21. Trigger Words Fitzgeralds magazine fiction & income His view of the upper class & Whartons His perspective on youth Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald 22. BIOGRAPHIES! 23. Expected Learning Outcome Students will distinguish among biographical sources, based on 5 criteria, in order to identify the most reliable source(s). 24. 25. Try It! What did the instructor want students to learn? (1 sentence) What do you want students to learn? (few words) Create an IL assignment (2 sentences) 26. Congrats!! 27. Syllabus Review Advantages They pay attention! Label it: Possible Info Lit Assignments Suggested Info Lit Enhancements 28. 29. Questions? 30. 31. Teamwork Plan 32. Example: Music in 20 th Century L.A. Web Page for course: Team 1-Shot Session: Music Librarian 33. Teammates? 34. Questions? 35. Part 1: Most Important? Find Opportunities (or Make Them)! Prepare Talking Points Offer ILI Menu Identify Expected Learning Outcomes Suggest ILI Assignments Help Each Other! 36. Stand & Stretch! 37. Library Privileges APHS, TAP & Other Students California Public School Certificated Employees California CSU & Community College Faculty (& Librarians) Private School Teachers & Librarians 38. Part 2: UCLA Libraries 39. UCLA Library Home Page 40. All 13 UCLA Libraries Books Periodical Subscriptions Other materials No Articles! 41. Entering College Students Should ID Differences: Magazines & Journals Significance: Peer Review Process Locate: Useful Scholarly Journal Articles Think Critically! Research Tools Web Sites Other Research Materials 42. Think Critically! 43. 44. Strategy & Use: Licensed DBs 45. Which Database? Subject Matter? Time Period? Publications? 46. Expanded Academic ASAP Subjects : Wide variety Time Period : 1980+ Publications : 2600 Magazines & Journals 47. MLA Bibliography Subjects: language, literature, linguistics, folklore Time: 1963+ Publications: Journal articles Book chapters Dissertations 48. Google Scholar 49. Questions? 50. Help: Basic Research Databases Start at your school/college library Check public libraries UCLA as a last resort 51. 52. Free Online Help Bruin Success With Less Stress Road to Research Research Paper Planner Flash movies College Library Help Guides 53. Assessment Session Evaluations 54. Messages! Google is NOT enough! Use Your School & Public Libraries 1st Prepare for a UCLA Visit UCLA Library Catalog Online Tutorials Help Guides 55. Part 3: LILi Mission: Lifelong Information Literacy (for all in California) Goals: ID ILI Taught at All Levels ID Gaps & Overlaps Create Model ILI Curriculum for Lifelong Learning in California Methods: Survey & Database Members Web Site 56. Review IL for Instructors UCLA Library Free Online Help LILi 57. Evaluation Form


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