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New PDF release: A Disciplinary Blueprint for the Assessment of Information

By Dorothy Anne Warner

ISBN-10: 1591585937

ISBN-13: 9781591585930

Have you ever fearful that literature on library guide offers extra with equipment of assessing scholar perspective than pupil studying? if that is so, you may be comfortable to grasp somebody is doing whatever approximately it!

Eight distinctive disciplinary modules are offered, each one determining a sequence of knowledge literacy pursuits built in line with Bloom's Taxonomy of Cognitive Objectives.

A considerable curriculum map embedded inside of every one module lists the series of classes required for the disciplinary significant and the extent at which the path is taught (sophomore, junior, etc.), notes no matter if details literacy guideline is at present taught by way of the library for that specific path, and delineates the explicit info literacy studying targets the scholars needs to grasp so as to satisfy the direction assignments.

Collaborative accountability for instructing the knowledge literacy talents is additionally defined, with particular strategies for tactics the library can improve its aid for the categorical self-discipline. furthermore, overview methodologies are pointed out; together with scoring rubrics designed particularly for the disciplinary details literacy objectives.

An vital source for tutorial librarians able to take the bounce from episodic reactive reaction to programmatic sequenced integration into the curriculum.

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Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian Press, 2003. Selegean, John Cornell, Martha Lou Thomas, and Marie Louise Richman. ” College & Research Libraries 44 (November 1983): 476–480. Simmons, Howard L. ” In New Directions for Higher Education: No. 78. Information Literacy: Developing Students as Independent Learners, eds. D. W. Farmer and Terrence F. Mech, 15–25. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1992. , and Carol A. Wright. ” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 29(5) (September 2003): 298–303. Sonntag, Gabriela, and Donna M.

1). The framework presented here applies the cognitive levels of the taxonomy to the learning objectives developed for each discipline. For example, two objectives for the sociology proposal represent skills that are achieved at different cognitive levels. , applying the skill to a problem solving situation) utilization of a government source to solve the information need (application level). S. Census Bureau publications. At the next cognitive level of analysis, “students discover an idea’s characteristics by breaking down an idea into its parts and discovering relationships.

Library Instruction for the 90s, ed. Linda Shirato, 31–36. Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian Press, 1993. , and Angela DiBenedetto. ” Research Strategies 18 (2001): 143–149. Brown, Cecelia, and Lee R. Krumholz. ” College & Research Libraries 63(2) (2002): 111–123. Burry-Stock, Judith A. and Rebecca L. Oxford. ” Journal of Personnel Evaluation in Education 8 (1994): 267–297. Church, Gary Mason, and Brian B. Carpenter.

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