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Disciplinary applications of information literacy threshold concepts

Author: Samantha Godbey; Susan Beth Wainscott; Xan Goodman; Association of College and Research Libraries,
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, 2017. ©2017
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"Critical pedagogy incorporates inclusive and reflective teaching for aims of social justice; it provides mechanisms for students to evaluate their social, political, and economic standing, and to question societal norms and how these norms perpetuate societal injustices. Teaching librarians have long incorporated social justice into their work, but focused interest in critical library pedagogy has grown rapidly in  Read more...

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Disciplinary applications of information literacy threshold concepts
Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2017
(DLC) 2019981649
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samantha Godbey; Susan Beth Wainscott; Xan Goodman; Association of College and Research Libraries,
ISBN: 0838989705 9780838989708
OCLC Number: 1011515986
Language Note: Text in English.
Description: x, 368 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword / Ray Land --
Introduction / Samantha Godbey, Susan Beth Wainscott, Xan Goodman --
Section one: Authority is constructed and contextual. Teaching inclusive authorities : indigenous ways of knowing and the framework for information literacy in Native art / Alexander Watkins --
"But how do I know it's a good source?" Authority is constructed in social work practice / Callie Wiygul Branstiter and Rebecca Halpern --
Exploring authority in linguistics research : who to trust when everyone's a language expert / Catherine Baird and Jonathan Howell --
Evidence and authority in health and exercise science research / Michelle Twait --
Section two: Information creation as a process. Common ground : communicating information / Beate Gersch --
Using the frame information creation as a process to teach career competencies to advertising students / Megan Blauvelt Heuer --
Moving public health learners to the skeptical edge with information creation as a process / Xan Goodman --
Teaching source selection in public affairs using information creation as a process / Christina Sheley --
Section three: Information has value. Information privilege in the context of community engagement in sociology / Heidi R. Johnson and Anna C. Smedley-López --
Images have value : changing student perceptions of using images in art history / Courtney Baron, Christopher Bishop, Ellen Neufeld, and Jessica Robinson --
Mining for the best information value with geoscience students / Susan Beth Wainscott and Joshua Bonde --
Teaching the teachers : the value of information for educators / Jess Haigh --
Section four: Research as inquiry. Empowering, enlightening, and energizing : research as inquiry in women's and gender studies / Juliann Couture and Sharon Ladenson --
Framing the visual arts : the challenges of applying the research as inquiry concept to studio art information and visual literacy / Marty Miller --
Integrating the ACRL threshold concept research as inquiry into baccalaureate nursing education / Kimberly J. Whalen and Suzanne E. Zentz --
Action research as inquiry for education students / Samantha Godbey --
Section five: Scholarship as conversation. Performance as conversation : dialogic aspects of music performance and study / Rachel Elizabeth Scott --
Framing the talk : scholarship as conversation in the health sciences / Candace Vance --
Widening the threshold : using scholarship as conversation to welcome students to science / Rebecca Kuglitsch --
Theater as a conversation : threshold concepts in the performing arts / Christina E. Dent --
Section six: Searching as strategic exploration. From novice to nurse : searching for patient care information as strategic exploration / Elizabeth Moreton and Jamie Conklin --
Leveraging the language of the past : searching as strategic exploration in the discipline of history / Jamie L. Emery --
Mapping the chaos : building a research practice with threshold concepts in studio art disciplines / Ashley Peterson --
Teaching future educators exploration through strategic searching / Michelle Keba --
Threshold concepts, information literacy, and social epistemology : a critical perspective on the ACRL Framework with reference to psychology / Tony Anderson and Bill Johnson.
Responsibility: edited by Samantha Godbey, Susan Beth Wainscott, and Xan Goodman.


Threshold concepts are transformative, integrative, irreversible, bounded, and troublesome, and can be a valuable tool in both facilitating students' understanding of their subject and aiding in  Read more...


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