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Just some idle charting on the concepts of information literacy, media literacy, critical thinking, etc. This is simply one (librarian-centric) possible model of these concepts. The idea is all the other literacies (media literacy, 21st cent literacy, ICT, translit, etc.) involve interacting with information in one form or another, so "information literacy" acts as the umbrella under which all the others sit.
Debbie Fucoloro saved to Media & Digital Literacy
This week UNESCO launched a framework illustrating its Five Laws of Media and Information Literacy (MIL). This global strategy marries the large, but often separated, disciplines of information literacy and media literacy and creates a common vocabulary for folks in multiple areas of knowledge to engage in conversation. It also positions these critical literacies as […]
Catherine Winkler saved to EdTech
Prepared for Brown Bag Session October 2017
Susan Wlson saved to tech devices
How to Teach Online Research Skills to Students | 5 Steps for Teaching Students How to Search and Filter Information
5 simple steps to teaching Google search tips and internet research skills for students. This updated 2020 post and free eBook shows how to research effectively online for kids in primary school, middle school and high school. These tips are summarized in a free online research skills poster for your classroom.
Research skills are an important part of any information literacy curriculum. This post will help you in teaching the research process to your students!
Minda Campbell saved to Library
With media sources being so divided - many favoring either the left or the right in American politics - it's more important
Sorozcoescobar saved to Media literary
UNDERSTANDING: Even though this fact sheet is labelled for students, I think there are some useful hints and tips that are relevant to my own understanding of what it means to be media savvy and critical about what you are consuming. These tips and hints can be helpful in determining what is fake and what is real.
Sara Hughey saved to Media Literacy