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A guide to teaching information literacy, 101 tips.

Author: Helen Blanchett
Publisher: Facet Publishing.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A sourcebook to support library staff in the delivery of information literacy teaching. It provides practical guidance on tried and tested ideas and techniques for sessions.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Blanchett
ISBN: 9781856046596 1856046591
OCLC Number: 696161707
Contents: Planning 1. A framework for designing and delivering teaching and learning 2. Information literacy and standards 3. Training Needs Analysis (TNA) 4. Learner analysis 5. Pre-session audit 6. Learning styles 7. Facilitating learning 8. Aims 9. Learning outcomes 10. Assessment 11. Reflection 12. Evaluation 13. Social learning 14. Lesson planning 15. Storyboards Delivery 16. Body language 17. Collaboration 18. Computer labs 19. Cultural relevance 20. Demonstrations 21. Discipline 22. Dominant participants 23. Feedback to learners 24. Handouts 25. Inclusion 26. Interruptions 27. Jokes and humour 28. Latecomers 29. Managing groups 30. Managing questions 31. Managing sessions - overview 32. Managing sessions - the start 33. Managing sessions - the end 34. Marking 35. Mixed abilities 36. Motivation 37. Multisensory approaches 38. Nerves 39. one-to-one teaching/coaching 40. Peer observation 41. PowerPoint 42. Practical preparation 43. Presenting and performing 44. Questions 45. Room layout 46. Teaching assistants 47. Team teaching 48. Technical problems 49. Timing 50. Unresponsive participants Activities 51. Action learning 52. Amplifying your teaching 53. Audio feedback 54. Bibliographies 55. Blogs 56. Brainstorming 57. Building blocks 58. Buzz groups 59. Card sorting 60. Case studies 61. Cephalonian method 62. Checklists 63. Design briefs 64. Discussions 65. Dividing the dots 66. Drawing the line 67. Fear cards 68. Future scenarios 69. games 70. goldfish bowl 71. guided tours 72. Hands-on workshops 73. Ice-breakers 74. Interviewing 75. Jigsaws 76. Lectures 77. Mind maps 78. Multiple-choice questions 79. Peer assessment 80. Podcasts 81. Portfolios 82. Poster tours 83. Presentations by learners 84. Problem-based learning (PBL) 85. Pub quizzes 86. Questionnaires 87. Quizzes 88. Self-assessment 89. Self-guided tours 90. Social bookmarking 91. Stop, Start, Continue feedback 92. Storytelling 93. Technology-enhanced learning (TEL) 94. Treasure hunt 95. Video 96. Virtual learning environments (VLEs) (or learning management systems, LMSs) 97. Visiting lecturers/guest speakers 98. Voting systems 99. WebQuests 100. Wikis 101. Worksheets

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"...this is an essential book for those new to teaching information literacy, and a useful addition to the collection of experienced practitioners. It is certainly one to which I will return in the Read more...

 
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