HolmanMillennialsMentalModels. 104: Lane Wilkinson – Circulating Ideas. Badke Teaching Resources. The following is a compilation of some of the resources I have created over the years.
I trust you will find them useful. "Can't Get No Respect: Helping Faculty to Understand the Educational Power of Information Literacy. " The Reference Librarian 43, no. 89/90 (2005): 63-80. Why Information Literacy? - Information Literacy in the Core Workshop for Faculty - LibGuides at Loyola Marymount University. K_Crowe_UNCG_2013.
If Skills Are the New Canon, Are Colleges Teaching Them? About The Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Higher education is changing dramatically and libraries are changing along with it.
We face the common challenge of how to help students develop both a conceptual understanding of the universe of information and a practical understanding of how to locate, manage, use and create information, in the face of diminishing resources, demands for demonstrating student success, and an increasingly complex information landscape Teaching can be a solitary undertaking, and so can learning, but new approaches to teaching and learning show clearly that collaboration – within and across disciplines – can lead to uncovering enduring understandings that lead to deep learning and the emergence of students as creators of information, not just consumers.
To complete this learning circle, faculty can look to librarians as partners in the academic mission. A content… A common language…
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the First-year Student Researcher. Writing Spaces Open Textbook Chapters. UNIV1100: First Year Seminar. The First Year Seminar is offered as a one- or two-credit hour elective course that provides opportunities for first-year students to explore issues related to a specific theme (depending upon the section taken) through discussion, activities, reading, writing, teamwork, and community service – all of which will be centered on the theme of the specific section.
LIB200: Research Methods & Historical Topics – Instruction & Learning. Interested in learning more about research methods in your major?
Getting ready to work on an honors thesis? Thinking about going on to graduate school after you leave Wake Forest? ZSR’s advanced research courses could work for you! Our LIB200 series offers both research methods and historical topics courses. The research methods courses provide instruction in advanced research techniques and resources that are specific to a particular discipline, while the historical topics course looks at the history and development of the book since 1400. These 1.5 credit courses are open to declared majors and minors in appropriate departments. LIB200: Research Methods & Historical Topics – Instruction & Learning. Intersections of Scholarly Communication and Information Literacy. Welcome to the interactive online home of Intersections of Scholarly Communication and Information Literacy: Creating Strategic Collaborations for a Changing Academic Environment, a white paper published by the Association of College & Research Libraries.
Written by a working group of leaders from many parts of the association, this white paper explores and articulates three intersections between scholarly communication and information literacy. The paper also provides strategies for librarians from different backgrounds to initiate collaborations within their own campus environments between information literacy and scholarly communication. Use the chapter numbers at the top of this page, or the drop-down Chapters menu, to navigate the white paper. Previous Chapter and Next Chapter arrows are also available once you get started. Intersections is also available as a downloadable PDF from the ACRL website. Information Literacy – The Umbrella for All 21st Century Literacies. As a member of the 21st century workforce skills movement, the practice of information literacy nurtures the development of a critical skill set needed so that any learner and/or worker can thrive and compete effectively in today’s global digital economy.
As we move further into the 21st century, we are convinced that information literacy will become the standard-bearer for academic achievement, workforce productivity, competitive advantage, and national security. Definition of Information Literacy Information literacy refers to a constellation of competencies revolving around information research, use, and practice across all occupations and professions. Who Gets to Graduate? In 1999, at the beginning of the fall semester, Laude combed through the records of every student in his freshman chemistry class and identified about 50 who possessed at least two of the “adversity indicators” common among students who failed the course in the past: low SATs, low family income, less-educated parents.
He invited them all to apply to a new program, which he would later give the august-sounding name the Texas Interdisciplinary Plan, or TIP. Students in TIP were placed in their own, smaller section of Chemistry 301, taught by Laude. But rather than dumb down the curriculum for them, Laude insisted that they master exactly the same challenging material as the students in his larger section. In fact, he scheduled his two sections back to back. “I taught my 500-student chemistry class, and then I walked upstairs and I taught this 50-student chemistry class,” Laude explained. Trends In First-Year Experience and Student Transitions. What are the current trends, issues, and research in First-Year Experience (FYE) and Student Transitions?
How do you begin to bring together the range of departments and stakeholders responsible for FYE and Student Transitions into a cohesive, easy to navigate experience for our students? What are challenges and strategies in dealing with international, transfer, and first-gen students? Outcomes of High Impact Practices. Course LibGuide: COAS I103. String of Activities An Example. Fixing The Freshman Year: Here's What College Sophomores Say : NPR Ed. The billing office is one of the friendliest places on campus, says Aja Beckham, a junior at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
What wasn't friendly: her bill, and the big number on it. Ever since her freshman year, she says, her biggest struggle in college has been figuring out how to pay for it. It's a problem that colleges might want to pay more attention to. At least that's what a lot of sophomores told us. When news came out that 44 schools are setting out to revamp their approach for low-income freshmen in that crucial first year, we asked some students who've just lived through it what they would fix. A%20Brief%20Introduction%20to%20Student%20Development%20Theory. INQR 1000. Why Did They Come Here? –The Influences and Expectations of First-Year Students’ College Experience.
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If you would like more information about how to print, save, and work with PDFs, Highwire Press provides a helpful Frequently Asked Questions about PDFs. Alternatively, you can download the PDF file directly to your computer, from where it can be opened using a PDF reader. To download the PDF, click the Download link above. Fullscreen Fullscreen Off. Good for Business: Information Literacy and Your Students. Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL). “Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education.” (pdf). R 41. FYE 1220 Curriculum Map. Digital Citizenship. The enduring relevance of a liberal-arts education. The relevance, cost and value of a college education have been hot topics lately on various media platforms. The discussion often seems to be just an exchange of point-counterpoint broadsides among proponents and opponents of a liberal-arts education. As president of a liberal-arts college, I won’t pretend to be neutral.
I have benefited from, and believe in, studying the distinctive blend of the humanities, science and the arts that is the essence of a liberal-arts education. In fact, I recently wrote a letter to the editor of The New York Times defending the humanities as part of a well-rounded education. I believe a liberal-arts education is the best preparation a young person can have for success in life. David Carr’s Syllabus — Creativity _ Unbound. No one will ever be able to take this course again. But you can still learn from it. Just read the syllabus. Yesterday I re-read David Carr’s syllabus. He taught a course called Press Play at Boston University’s College of Communication where I teach. We didn’t know each other well. ELI80084. Untitled.
Rhem 2013 Threshold concepts. Assessing the Value of Course-Embedded Information Literacy on Student Learning and Achievement. Skipper keup How%20hip 2014. Rhem 2013 Threshold concepts. Dead Bunnies are Not the Problem. By Catherine M. Wehlburg When initially reading the recent commentary ( by Katherine Mangan and the special reports ( that followed regarding Mount St. Mary’s University and their President’s plan to encourage at-risk students to withdraw earlier (rather than later) in the semester, I was struck with the fact that there are two competing issues at play.
Georgia Southern University. Talusandiversityteambuilders. Integrated faculty toolkit. Appendix C Reference Syllabi 11 24 14. Understanding the Research Process - Getting Started with Research at the Libraries - Research Guides at Loyola University Chicago. FYE 1220 Faculty Survey, Fall 2012.pdf. Introduction to Faculty Guides: teaching method and suggested order.
KeupPPT. NSFYS%20&%20HIPs findings AAC&U%202014. Sample Assignments - Information Literacy in the Core Workshop for Faculty - LibGuides at Loyola Marymount University. John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence in Undergraduate Education. Now more than ever in challenging economic times, your campus needs a strategic action plan for the critical beginning college experience. Resources. Series of Essays on the First-Year Initiative Benchmarking Study Randy Swing August 28, 2002 Randy L. An Error Occurred Setting Your User Cookie.
Association of American Colleges & Universities. For Faculty and Staff, Freshman Connections, Ball State University. Pil_2013_freshmenstudy_fullreport. FYE_Paper_Final.pdf. HIP_tables.pdf. National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition - Welcome. Defining%20Student%20Success.pdf. Supporting%20High-Ability%20Students%20in%20the%20First%20Year.pdf. Tools of the Trade: A Library Starter Kit for Harvard Freshmen.