Teaching Information Literacy Threshold Concepts

Teaching Information Literacy Threshold Concepts Teaching Information Literacy Threshold Concepts Lesson Plans For Librarians Is A Collection Designed By Instruction Librarians To Promote Critical Thinking And Engaged Learning It Provides Teaching Librarians Detailed, Ready To Use, And Easily Adaptable Lesson Ideas To Help Students Understand And Be Transformed By Information Literacy Threshold Concepts The Lessons In This Book, Created By Teaching Librarians Across The Country, Are Categorized According To The Six Information Literacy Frames Identified In The ACRL Framework For Information Literacy In Higher Education 2015 This Volume Offers Concrete And Specific Ways Of Teaching The Threshold Concepts That Are Central To The ACRL Framework And Is Suitable For All Types Of Academic Libraries, High School Libraries, As Well As A Pedagogical Tool For Library And Information Schools. This book has detailed lesson plans for librarians on a variety of information literacy concepts, but most of the activities require 50 to 60 minutes, which isn t feasible for those of us planning one shot sessions The book did have some good sample scripts and assign
A good marriage of theory and practical application I liked all the different lesson plans and would like to incorporate them in their various formats whenever I get the opportunity Downside this book is 70 Really ACRL Do you have a discount somewhere Thank goodness my library has a copy 3.5 stars There are many good lesson ideas, but almost every lessson s anticipatory set involves only a question and answer session, and the assessments for most lessons could be strengthened The book could also use somee
The way this book is organized, I m not really finished with this book However, I ve read enough to give my opinion which is that this book is extremely helpful and I am so glad I purchased it Those interested in library instruction will love this book, as well. In terms of library science, this is an excellent book I rarely give 4 stars to any book but in this case, it is actually informative and useful Nevertheless, it still does not compare to books written for entertainment Bravender and her co authors were clearly writing a book to help other librarians with practical examples from the mind boggling complex new ALA Information Literacy Framework Bravender is mercifully cognizant of the fact that many librarians are confused about the framework In terms of library science, this is an excellent book I rarely give 4 stars to any book but in this case, it is actually informative and useful Nevertheless, it still does not compare to books written for entertainment Bravender and her co authors were clearly writing a book to help other librarians with practical ex
The strength of this book is the detailed and practical nature of the lesson plans, which include handouts and specific examples to kick start the sessions However, many of the lessons were close to an hour in length, with all but a few taking longer than 30 minutes As a librarian in an environment where the one shot session still reigns, a range of interchangeable, bite sized lessons would make the bookuseful in the day to day Still, I used quite a few sticky notes to mark passages i The stre
I can t say enough how wonderful this book is at explaining active learning techniques that can be applied directly to library instruction Whether it s a one shot or a series of classes, this book has practical, real world, and relevant sometimes pop culture example
Some very helpful tips for librarians navigating how to use the Framework in their instruction As an early career info lit librarian, I often find the frameworktheoretical than practical but this book links threshold concepts with specific lesson plans and tools to use in the
very practical title I would recommend it for any librarian who wants to see how the Framework can be incorporated in a practical way A few of my favorite activities included the role of blogs in scholarly conversation, flawed questions as tools for inquiry and tracing information over time
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  • Paperback
  • 251 pages
  • Teaching Information Literacy Threshold Concepts
  • Patricia Bravender
  • English
  • 27 September 2018
  • 0838987710