Information literacy 21

19 Dec

Big 6
Matrix explanation of Big 6
Big 6 site with resources
Summary of Big 6
General article on Big 6
The Big Six Information Skills As a Metacognitive Scaffold: A Case Study (effect on testing)

Michael Esienberg
Eisenberg, M. The Library Game-Changer: Summon the Future. Keynote, Serial Solutions Breakfast, ALA Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., June 26, 2010
Professor Michael Eisenberg talks critical thinking today
The New Librarian/Media Specialist
Yes, It’s a Crisis! School Libraries on the Brink by Mike Eisenberg by
Tools not toys. Understanding and effectively teaching today’s students
Eisenberg. Lessons Learned from Project Information Literacy. “Rising Junior” Workshop, Nov 19, 2010. (Similar to previous presentation.)

Guided Inquiry
Guided Inquiry
Twin purposes of Guided Inquiry
Information Search Process by Kuhlthau

A Critical thinking and information process model with instructional tools
Information literacy links
Library curricula

Comparison of Information Skills process models
Information skills models
Comparison of Eisenberg and Kuhlthau models
Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age by Eisenberg includes comparisons to other models

Big 6 and Guided Inquiry
Cairns Conference Guided Inquiry workshop by Lyn Hay

Food for Thought: Data Collection and Analysis
Effective users of information on standardised tests
Standardised library instruction assessment: an institution-specific approach
iCritical Thinking, former variation known as iSkills
Research on impact of school libraries

Educational Testing Service (ETS)
Project SAILS) developed and maintained at Kent State University in Ohio
(ILT) developed collaboratively by the James Madison Center for Assessment and Research Studies and JMU libraries
(RRSA) from Central Michigan University originally designed by Lana V. Ivanitskaya, Ph.D. and Anne Marie Casey, A.M.L.S. and developed

Scope and sequence
Information skills k-12
Information Literacy Skills – Scope and Sequence.pdf Stages 1-3
Information Literacy Scope and Sequence Years 1-12
Development of a K-12 Information Literacy Scope and Sequence for School Libraries
WLMA: Information Literacy Scope/Sequence

Focus skills Needed

Independent research projects

Buffy Hamilton
Digital Portfolios, Multigenre Elements, and More
Library reports and
Media 21

Joyce Valenza
A revised manifesto

Great library site with Annual report virtual tour orientation video


Posted by on December 19, 2010 in Uncategorized


2 responses to “Information literacy 21

  1. Fran Bullington

    December 19, 2010 at 10:42 pm

    Thank you for compiling this comprehensive list of resources. Information literacy is ever changing and remaining up-to-date can be challenging. Your list should be required reading for all school librarians.

  2. Craig Seasholes

    December 20, 2010 at 3:53 am

    What a fine collection of Mike’s advocacy. Thanks Anne.


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