Here is the presentation I gave at the Bangkok Librarian workshare last weekend. Basically my argument is we shouldn't start our conversations on information literacy with the choice of which model we'll employ, but should take a step back to what our philosophy of learning is, ..... read more
Thought experiments and information literacy
A little while back KDA (Librarian Edge), enthusiastically placed a book on my desk and said I had to read it and I had to create a library guide based on it (I did, see this, and it was very enthusiastically received by Mr. Fleischman). She was completely right. What a wonderful resource has been … Continue reading Thought experiments and information literacy
Information Literacy is more than a set of skills
The question of whether information literacy (IL) is more than a set of skills is an important one, as it sets the philosophical basis that informs the approach that an institution and its administrators, teachers and teacher librarians (TL) take in the design and implementation of a program. Read more ...