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Database Demolition

Aug 19, 2015

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  1. 1. database demolitionexploding the scope of informationliteracy and leading through pedagogynicole branchholy names university@benicolebedaniel ransomholy names university@thepinakesjohn m. jacksonwardman library, whittier college@johnxlibris#databasedemolition
  2. 2. agenda snapshot of information literacy practices our model of academic leadership throughpedagogy- database demolition- techniques and tools- programmatic vision workshopping your database-free lesson plan
  3. 3. bibliographicinstruction
  4. 4. informationliteracy
  5. 5. acrl standardsthe informationliterate student...
  6. 6. the informationliterate student...1. determines the nature and extent of the information needed.2. accesses needed information effectively and efficiently.3. evaluates information and its sources critically and incorporates selected information into hisor her knowledge base and value system.4. individually, or as a member of a group, uses information effectively to accomplish a specificpurpose.5. understands many of the ethical, legal, and socio-economic issues surrounding informationand information technology.
  7. 7. the one-shot
  8. 8. faculty demands
  9. 9. (lack of) trainingcoordinationcollaboration
  10. 10. constraints
  11. 11. constraints
  12. 12. evaluation is the hardest part for me,because its the part that involves the mostcritical thinking.it would have to be choosing atopic thats the hardest.its very hard to find a valid argument tomake and use for a subject thats very newto you.- Head and Eisenberg, 2010
  13. 13. new age of discovery
  14. 14. draft framework new definition of information literacy emphasizes threshold concepts- scholarship is a conversation- research as inquiry- format as process
  15. 15. threshold concepts
  16. 16. rebuilding
  17. 17. pedagogical leadership what does it mean to be a pedagogicalleader on campus?
  18. 18. pedagogical leadershipdemolition technique vision innovative instruction technology thatserves learningoutcomescritical contentlearningprocessimpact deemphasizedatabase instruction cover breadth ofStandards curriculum map program plan assessment
  19. 19. pedagogical leadershipdemolition technique visioncritical contentlearningprocessimpact
  20. 20. techniqueleadershipvisiondemolition
  21. 21. demolition higher-order thinking full breadth of acrl standards address student needs threshold concepts
  22. 22. technique student response flipped classroom peer teaching
  23. 23. vision curriculum map information literacy vision statement university learning outcomes assessment strategies
  24. 24. model homes
  25. 25. timekeepingtinyurl.com/databasedemolition
  26. 26. occupy apatechnique vision engaging themes live polling problem-basedlearningcritical contentlearningprocessimpact information codeswitching thinking like APA informationevaluation save the time of thestudent equip students withpractical strategies tosupport academicsuccessdemolition
  27. 27. train the trainerstechnique vision students roleplay aspeer mentors students reflect oninformation seekingprocesscritical contentlearningprocessimpact show scholarship asconversation/inquiry lift the veil onpublishing train the trainers (go forthand multiply) students see researchas complex processdemolition
  28. 28. roleplaying researcherstechnique vision groups roleplay asresearchers seekingto publish investigate a specificjournals publishingpracticescritical contentlearningprocessimpact information lifecycle understanding howscholarly writing ispublished students understandbigger picture ofinformationmarketplace preps students forpost-graduation informationusedemolition
  29. 29. dissecting the literature reviewtechnique vision active learning reflection think-pair-sharecritical contentlearningprocessimpact research asconversation search process analyzing scholarlywriting form student is more preparedto place themselves andtheir work in the context ofknowledge creation understanding of onesown learning processdemolition
  30. 30. evaluating resources reduxtechnique vision self-discovery throughreflection anddiscussion group evaluation, byrubriccritical contentlearningprocessimpact develop personalevaluation rubric utilize/integrateestablished rubrics tacit knowledge becomesexplicit question everything(nothing is sacred)demolition
  31. 31. from topic to thesistechnique vision example topicdevelopedstep-by-step recurringthink-pair-sharecritical contentlearningprocessimpact topic selection as thebeginning of researchprocess information seekingwith focused topicand strong keywords strong thesisstatement easeswriting student thesis statementssubmittedto librarian & facultydemolition
  32. 32. questions
  33. 33. wrecking ball
  34. 34. plan your lessontechnique vision innovative instruction technology thatserves learningoutcomescritical contentlearningprocessimpact deemphasizedatabase instruction cover breadth ofStandards curriculum map program plan strong internal visiondemolition
  35. 35. database demolitionphoto creditsthe following flickr usersBrandon Doran | Mark LongairJD Hancock | INTVGeneLoco Steve | Roger WollstadtLeslie Lewisadditional images courtesywikimedia commonstinyurl.com/databasedemolition#databasedemolitionnicole branchholy names university@benicolebedaniel ransomholy names university@thepinakesjohn m. jacksonwardman library, whittier college@johnxlibris
  36. 36. database demolitionphoto creditsthe following flickr usersBrandon Doran | Mark LongairJD Hancock | INTVGeneLoco Steve | Roger WollstadtLeslie Lewisadditional images courtesywikimedia commonstinyurl.com/databasedemolition#databasedemolitionnicole branchholy names university@benicolebedaniel ransomholy names university@thepinakesjohn m. jacksonwardman library, whittier college@johnxlibris