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Envisioning the framework : a graphic guide to Information literacy

Author: Jannette L Finch
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : American Library Association (ALA), 2021
Series: ACRL publications in librarianship, no. 77.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Data visualization--making sense of the world through images that tell a story--has a history that parallels human existence. The strength of visualization lies in its ability to reveal truth out of information that may remain hidden in lines of text, large data sets, or complex ideas. The Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education presents complex threshold concepts, developed intentionally without  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jannette L Finch
ISBN: 9780838938935 0838938930
OCLC Number: 1280350288
Description: xi, 332 pages : illustrations principalement en couleur ; 26 cm.
Contents: I.INTRODUCTORY : Foreword / Katy Börner --
Introduction. Making the case: the value of visualizing the frames and framework / Jannette L. Finch – Chapter 1. Data visualization: definitions and brief history / Jannette L. Finch – II. VERTICAL : Chapter 2. Framing the guides: transforming LibGuides creation through conceptual integration with the ACRL framework / Brooke Duffy, Kelleen Maluski, and Gina Levitan --
Chapter 3. Teaching with infographics: visualizing the frames in information literacy instruction for first-year students / Laura Wimberly and Jamie Johnson – III. BACK AND FORTH OR SIDE TO SIDE : Chapter 4. Bridging the gap: first-year college student information literacy misunderstandings and the framework / Jillian Collier, Allison Rand, and LIsa Janicke Hinchliffe --
Chapter 5. Using an integration planner to strategically implement the ACRL framework / Elizabeth Kamper, Juliet Gray, and Lydia Jackson --
Chapter 6. Applying visuals to frames in music information literacy education / Sabrina Juhl and Elizabeth Brown – IV. CIRCULAR : Chapter 7. Envisioning scholarly conversations: fostering interdisciplinary transference in general education information literacy instruction / Julie Arensdorf --
Chapter 8. Delivering faculty a healthy serving of the framework / Cate Schneiderman, Christina E. Dent, Emily Belanger, and Lindsey Nichols – V. GOING OVER, UNDER, OR ON TOP OF : Chapter 9. Visualizing the convergence of metaliteracy and the information literacy framework / Trudi E. Jacobson, Thomas P. Mackey, and Kelsey L. O'Brien --
Chapter 10. Seeing can become believing: teaching multimodalities and data visualization in a credit-bearing information literacy course / Sarah Johnson, Cynthia Kane, and Bethanie O'Dell – VI. GOING AROUND A BOUNDARY : Chapter 11. Overcoming intimidation: building a foundation for using the framework / Samantha Kannegiser, Dina Meky, and Amanda Piekart – VII. ENVELOPING OR CONTAINING : Chapter 12. Visualizing play and playgrounds in order to understand the framework / Shelley Harper and Betsy A. Tuma, Illustrator --
Chapter 13. Discovering the frames in one-shot sessions: implications for instruction / Jannette L. Finch, Jolanda-Pieta Van Arnhem, and Mary Jo Fairchild – VIII. GOING THROUGH A BOUNDARY : Chapter 14. New visions of student worker training / Amy Harris, Dr. Doris Van Kampen-Breit, Jacalyn Bryan, Michelle Joy, and Kathleen Kempa – IX. MAPPING : Chapter 15. Campus-wide general education competencies and the visualization of information literacy as a core concept / M. Sara Lowe and Gemmicka F. Piper --
Chapter 16. Mapping a culturally responsive information literacy journey for international students: an interdisciplinary approach / Yi Ding and Bessie Karras-Lazaris --
Chapter 17. Mind the gap (in your knowledge): using the framework transit map / Laura M. Bernhardt and Becca Neel.
Series Title: ACRL publications in librarianship, no. 77.
Responsibility: edited by jannette L. Finch

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The Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education presents complex threshold concepts, developed without prescriptive lists of skills and with flexible options for implementation, which can  Read more...

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