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English 110 Faculty Retreat Slides

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Slides from the information literacy session for the English 110 Faculty Retreat, including links for lesson plans and pilot project materials.

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English 110 Faculty Retreat Slides

  1. 1. Eureka Moments in Research: Teaching Information Literacy with Threshold Concepts
  2. 2. Eureka Moments in Research: Teaching Information Literacy with Threshold Concepts (Or, The Struggle is Real)
  3. 3. What are the central struggles that students encounter in research or multimedia projects?
  4. 4. Threshold Concepts ● Troublesome ● Transformative ● Irreversible ● Integrative ● Bounded Lu 2015
  5. 5. Moving from Standards to Framework 1. Develop Information Need 2. Access and Search 3. Evaluate (scholarly is best) 4. Use and Apply Scholarship Authority Info Creation Searching Inquiry Adapted from Gibson, C. 2015
  6. 6. The Framework for Information Literacy Authority is Constructed and Contextual Information Creation as Process Information has Value Research as Inquiry Scholarship as Conversation Searching as Strategic Exploration Threshold Concept Knowledge Practices Dispositions Adapted from Gibson, C. 2015
  7. 7. Place each post-it on the frame that best captures the struggle you identified.
  8. 8. IL and WPA Frameworks WPA: Openness IL: Develop and maintain an open mind when encountering varied and sometimes conflicting perspectives WPA: Persistence and Flexibility IL: Value persistence, adaptability, and flexibility and recognize that ambiguity can benefit the research process WPA: Engagement IL: See themselves as contributors to scholarship rather than only consumers of it WPA: Metacognition IL: Recognize the importance of assessing content with a skeptical stance and with a self-awareness of their own biases and worldview
  9. 9. WPA IL Rhetorical Knowledge: “Understand and use a variety of technologies to address a range of audiences.” Information Creation as Process: “Recognize that information may be perceived differently based on the format in which it is packaged.” Critical Thinking, Reading, Composing: Locate and evaluate (for credibility, sufficiency, accuracy, timeliness, bias and so on) primary and secondary research materials, including journal articles and essays, books, scholarly and professionally established and maintained databases or archives, and informal electronic networks and internet sources. Scholarship as Conversation: “Critically evaluate contributions made by others in participatory information environments; identify the contribution that particular articles, books, and other scholarly pieces make to disciplinary knowledge. IL and WPA Frameworks
  10. 10. Select a frame and discuss with your group: ● How have you engaged with this frame in class? ● How have you addressed this frame in response to a student’s writing? ● How does library instruction address this frame? How could library instruction better address this frame?
  11. 11. Select a library instruction example: ● Developing Research Topics: bit.ly/110example1 ● Integrating Sources into an Argument: bit.ly/110example2 ● Finding and Identifying a Variety of Sources: bit.ly/110example3 ● Historical Inquiry with Primary Sources: bit.ly/110example4 ● Trajectory of a Multimodal Assignment: bit.ly/110example5 ● Engaging with Digital and Traditional Souces: bit.ly/110example6 ● Identifying Scholarly Conversations: bit.ly/110example7
  12. 12. How could this lesson plan address one of the student struggles you identified earlier?
  13. 13. Fall 2016 Pilot Project Instructor Participation: ● Assign Canvas module (video series and quiz) ● Collaborate with librarian on instruction session ● Contribute student writing for assessment ● Participate in a follow-up interview Goals: ● Introduce foundational skills prior to library instruction ● Develop lesson plans that engage with the Framework ● Increase collaboration between instructors and librarians guides.lib.udel.edu/e110pilot
  14. 14. Resources and Contact Information ● Pilot Project Information: guides.lib.udel.edu/e110pilot ● Lesson Plan Examples: bit.ly/110lessonplans ● Multimedia Resources: guides.lib.udel.edu/multimedia ● Video Tutorials: library.udel.edu/instruction/tutorials Meg Grotti mgrotti@udel.edu Hannah Lee hklee@udel.edu Lauren Wallis lwallis@udel.edu

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