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         Information Literacy Activities:     more books (100)
  1. More Hands-On Information Literacy Activities by Fiona Hunt, Jane Birks, 2008-10-14
  2. Hands-On Information Literacy Activities by Jane Birks, Fiona Hunt, 2003-02-15
  3. Resource-Based Learning Activities: Information Literacy for High School Students by Ann Bleakley, Jackie L. Carrigan, 1994-07
  4. Teaching Information Literacy: Activities and Frameworks form the Field by Trudi E., and Gatti, Timothy H. (Contributing Ed. ) Jacobson, 2001
  5. Teaching information literacy concepts activities and frameworks from the field by Trudi E. Jacobson, Timothy H. Gatti, et all 2001
  6. Using Pop Culture to Teach Information Literacy: Methods to Engage a New Generation by Linda D. Behen, 2006-04-30
  7. Media Literacy: Activities for Understanding the Scripted World (Kathy Schrock) by Roberta Endich, 2003-01-01
  8. Information Literacy and the School Library Media Center (Libraries Unlimited Professional Guides in School Librarianship) by Joie Taylor, 2005-10-30
  9. Information Literacy and Information Skills Instruction (Library and Information Problem-Solving Skills Series) by Nancy P. Thomas, 2004-07-30
  10. A Year in Picture Books: Linking to the Information Literacy Standards by Brenda S. Copeland, Patricia A. Messner, 2007-09-30
  11. Skills for Life: Library Information Literacy for Grades 9-12 (Professional Growth)
  12. InfoQuest: A New Twist on Information Literacy by Peggy Milam Creighton, 2002-01-01
  13. Information Literacy Skills, Grades 7-12, 3rd Edition
  14. Tune Up to Literacy: Original Songs and Activities for Kids by Alfred Balkin, 2009-07-01

1. Information Literacy Activities
Information Literacy Activities All the following activities are used by teachers in primary classrooms and libraries. You can adapt them to suit your own pupils and your own

2. More Hands-on Information Literacy Activities (Open Library)
More handson information literacy activities by Fiona Hunt, 2008,Neal-Schuman Publishers edition, in English

3. Mrs.V.'s Lessons
Active Learning Techniques for Library Instruction Information Literacy Activities Designed by Librarians, For Librarians by two community college librarians.
Search Tools Online Lessons Curricular Pathfinders Links for Students ... Home Online Activities Promoting Information Literacy The following activities focus learners on the process skills recommended by the American Association of School Librarians, the International Society of Technology Educators, and the American Association of College and Research Libraries Information Seeking Evaluation Ethics Synthesis ... Communication Don't miss the lessons and posters in the CyberSmart Curriculum and the lessons, learning tools, and research at the 21st Century Information Fluency Project Portal and Library maintained by maintained by Michael Lorenzen, Michigan State University. Don't miss the information literacy activities at the Big6 site.

4. Power Of Possibilities Through Andreessen's Eyes
Information Literacy activities Consider the Power of Possibilities through Andreessen's eyes. Marc
Computer Internet Hunts Information Literacy activities Project based Learning Mrs O's House Consider the Power of Possibilities through Andreessen's eyes. Watch this whole interview with Mr. Andreessen , on Charlie Rose. (about 1 hour) * Identify one of his visions. Do you believe it is achievable? What are the challenges to achieving his goal? What would be the benefits? * Mr. Andreessen has a big vision. He envisions connecting everyone via the internet. Research it: Give an example of a positive outcome of social networking. Give an example of a negative outcome of social networking. * How would Mr. Andreessen solve the banking crisis? Do you buy into his answer? * How will his observations and ideas inform your choices like spending and career? Explain. The Lunar Society and The Homebrew Computer Club Net Neutrality - What is it? Why does it matter? Transparency Essay Cars - Individual Privacy, Public Safety and Justice - why you should pay by cash or check Are you 21st Century Literate? Learn about Databases Activites Bloggez- vous? Should you build a blog? ... Home 2009 Cynthia O'Hora, released to public domain. Save a tree use a digital answer sheet.

5. Information Literacy Activities
I nformation L iteracy A ctivities . These activities were developed by a group of librarians at the University of WisconsinMilwaukee in order to promote the teaching of Information
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I nformation L iteracy A ctivities
These activities were developed by a group of librarians at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in order to promote the teaching of Information Literacy as part of the instruction program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The activities correspond to the competencies developed by the Information Literacy Committee of the Wisconsin Association of Academic Libraries . The text of the competencies can be viewed at . The activities feature active learning exercises and tools to assess student learning. Faculty and librarians from other institutions are welcome to use these activities. Microsoft Word files have been provided which may be modified to suit specific needs. Please sign our guestbook to indicate which activities you will be using or for any comments. For more information, contact Molly Susan Mathias Acitivities arranged by WAAL Competency WAAL Competency Keywords Activity Title link to pdf link to doc web form sources, types of resources

6. Info Literacy
Information Literacy Activities. Webquest Instruction. Webquest Development. Copyright Infringement Lesson. Internet Search Challenge Activity. Center for Media Literacy
Hingham High School Library Media Center
Finding Information on the Internet: A Tutorial: UC Berkeley
Evaluating Internet Information Information Literacy Tools: NoodleTools Edutopia: Technology Integration Strategies ... PowerPoint Tutorial: Wesleyan University

7. Activities List- Information Literacy - Dalhousie University Libraries
ACRL Indicator Activity Title Time / Format Keywords; Standard One Identifying and Developing a Topic 1.1 Selecting appropriate information sources - Activity one (pdf)

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List of Activities for Information Literacy
ACRL Indicator Activity Title Time / Format Keywords Standard One - Identifying and Developing a Topic Selecting appropriate information sources - Activity one (pdf) 10 minutes / class sources, types of resources Selecting appropriate information sources - Activity two (pdf) 10 minutes / groups sources, types of resources Narrowing your topic (pdf) 10 minutes / individual topic narrowing, topic definition Hands-on comparison of paired periodicals (html) 20 minutes / pairs scholarly journals, popular magazines Scholarly journal characteristics (pdf) 15 minutes / groups scholarly journals, popular magazines Scholarly vs. Popular (pdf) 10 minutes / class scholarly journals, popular magazines Standard Two - Searching and retrieving sources Hot Potato!: a synonym game (html) 5 minutes / class keywords, synonyms, related terms Human Database (html) 5 minutes / class boolean, search strategy Identifying Keywords (pdf) 5 minutes / individual keywords, synonyms, related terms Phone book keyword vs. subject heading (html)

8. Welcome
If you'd like to take an active role in promoting future collaborative information literacy activities in our local area, please join the CLOC planning committee!
Welcome Participants Working Groups Readings ... Related Sites
Welcome to CLOC - Community Libraries Outreach and Collaboration
We hope this meeting will be the first of many collaborative projects between K-16 and public librarians in the greater Athens area.
Meeting plan:
Below are the four goals of our meeting, and how we will accomplish them. Since we've got a rather ambitious agenda for a 90 minute meeting, you'll notice that we'll be performing a few tasks ahead of time. These won't be very time-consuming but they will get us oriented to our subject and to each other so that when we meet in person we can 'hit the ground running'.
Meeting goals:
  • Learn about the information literacy activities we are all currently engaged in
Before our meeting, each school or library will fill out a short online form to briefly describe its information literacy activity. These will be posted to the website under the Participants link, so we can get a sense of each others' work. The UGA librarians have completed their Info Literacy at UGA form to give you an idea of what the form looks like when completed. If parts of the form don't apply to your library, simply skip them. Also feel free to include other information you'd like to share.

9. More Hands-On Information Literacy Activities
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10. Active Learning Techniques For Library Instruction
Active Learning Techniques . for Library Instruction Information Literacy Activities Designed by Librarians, For Librarians
Active Learning Techniques for Library Instruction Information Literacy Activities Designed by Librarians, For Librarians Submit an activity About the editors Who is this site for? Any instructor, at any educational level, teaching information literacy skills in a classroom setting. What will you find here? Lots of creative classroom activities for developing information literacy skills that actively engage students in their own learning experience. These activities are designed to:
  • appeal to a range of learning styles be customizable for use with a wide range of age groups (primary through post-secondary) have measurable outcomes for assessment
Active learning is an essential part of teaching information literacy skills, whether you are teaching at an elementary school, a high school, or a college. However, coming up with fresh ideas, class after class, can be tough on even the most creative person. Feeling stale and need to perk up your information literacy class? Try one of these ideas: ACRL Information Literacy Standards for Higher Education, Standard 1

11. Information Literacy Activities
Activities Assignments, exercises, tutorials Meriam Library Instruction / Information Literacy This is a resourceful site when it comes to designing library activities.html
Activities: Assignments, exercises, tutorials
Meriam Library Instruction / Information Literacy
This is a resourceful site when it comes to designing library assignments and library handouts. There is a faculty help page too on how to design class assignments.

Critical Thinking and Information Literacy Across the Curriculum (Ctilac)

Bellevue Community College infuses critical thinking and information literacy across their curriculum. They provide subject assignments in HTML, Word, or PDF format for free download.

Information Literacy Initiatives
Oberlin College is a member of the Five Colleges of Ohio (Ohio5) consortium that focuses on Integrating Information Literacy into the Liberal Arts Curriculum . Many subject specific resources have been submitted and included in Discipline Specific Resources . The sample syllabi, assignments, and tutorials will be helpful to faculty and librarians.

12. Information Literacy International Resources Directory
Information Literacy Resources Directory. Objective To facilitate, coordinate and initiate information literacy activities in schools, libraries, nonprofit organizations and
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    Illinois Center for Information Literacy Illinois Center for Information Literacy Author(s): Ward,Dane Format: Web Description: -Resources -IL initiatives -Recent Activities Subjects: information literacy activities Objective: To facilitate, coordinate and initiate information literacy activities in schools, libraries, non-profit organizations and businesses. Its larger purpose is to help build a culture of information literacy that benefits the citizens of Illinois. Language(s): en Time length to use it: 30 min Open to international use: Yes Geographical scope: National Audience: Library IL facilitators Address: 6565 Frantz Road, Dublin, OH 43017 E-mail:

13. Jean McGuinness - Libraries, Teenagers And Web 2.0
Using wikis in information literacy activities The University of Abertay runs a short information literacy programme for local 5th and 6th year McGuinness
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14. Library Contacts
Primary contact regarding theological biblical studies collections; responsible for information literacy activities. Tel. 604513-2121 x 3906
Library Contacts List Library Circulation: Tel: 604-513-2023 Renewals, etc. Email Circulation Renew Books Online Ask a Librarian Online Document a Library Technical Issue Norma Marion Alloway Library
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Fax: 604-513-2063 Please click on a library faculty/staff member's name below to send a message. Library Faculty Badke, William Associate Librarian, TWU for Associated Canadian Theological Schools and Information Literacy. B.Th., M.Th., M.L.S. (British Columbia).
  • Tel. 604-513-2121 x 3906
Braid, Ron Assistant Librarian, Reference and Circulation. B.A., M.A., M.L.S., Ph.D. (Cand.) (Toronto). Primary contact regarding public service functions; responsible for circulation activities.
  • Tel. 604-513-2121 x 3904
Dixon, Duncan Assistant Librarian, Reference and Information Literacy. B.A., M.Ed., M.L.I.S. (British Columbia)
  • Tel. 604-513-2121 x 3923
Goshulak, Ted. University Librarian. B.A., M.L.S. (British Columbia). Primary contact regarding overall Library services; responsible for periodicals selection. Primary contact regarding media (VHS/DVD) purchases; responsible for online database selection and maintenance.

15. More Hands-On Information Literacy Activities « Books « Literacy News
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16. Information Literacy: International Perspectives | IFLA
Author Jes s Lau (ed.)This book provides a comprehensive update on the status of information literacy activities around the world, particularly from countries where no

17. Information Literacy Activities That Meet Changes In Iranian Society - Microsoft
Authors Zohreh Mirhosseini. Citations 0 This paper will discuss how information literacy skills can be increased among neo semi literates sections of Iranian population.
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Information Literacy Activities that meet changes in Iranian Society Edit Information Literacy Activities that meet changes in Iranian Society Zohreh Mirhosseini This paper will discuss how information literacy national survey carried out in 2003 by the Iranian Literacy Movement Organization (LMO), affiliated to the Ministry of Education. These suggestions will include: - Producing activity oriented materials. - Organising reading circles in the libraries of community learning centres (CLCs) for analysing and evaluating information. CLCs in Iran are supervised by LMO. - Applying new participatory methods in educational programmes, such as brain storming and group discussions. The above experiences have achieved much of the LMO's aims. It is hoped that through this paper our experiences gained in this filed in Iran will be introduced and shared with our international colleagues. View or Download The following links allow you to view and download full papers. These links are maintained by other sources not affiliated with Microsoft Academic Search.

18. Subject Re 2c Faculty Development Grant Project And Report
Those results, along with the assessment components for each of the information literacy activities should give us a pretty clear picture of whether or not we were successful in

19. E-Learning Online: 50 Free Online Games Teach Information Literacy
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