Location

Room 1002

Type of Presentation

Panel (1 hour and 15 minutes presentation total for two or more presenters)

Target Audience

Higher Education

Abstract

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Presentation Description

Each of the constituent groups represented on this panel (professors, instructional designers, and librarians/archivists) is seeking information that helps accomplish the learning objective(s). An instructional designer (ID) identifies those resources that uphold the legal and ethical aspects of information literacy, such as accessibility for the disabled. A professor focuses on the breadth and depth of information needed to teach a certain concept. All the while the archivist ensures efficient and effective access to the information. This three-sided approach to information literacy increases student’s exposure, helps overcome “information sickness,” and creates a mutually reinforcing partnership. This roundtable offers the prospective audience a chance to see various perspectives and approaches to Information Literacy and engage in discussions in effective methods of shaping information literate scholars and students.

Keywords

Instructional designers, College professors, Archivist, Librarians, The Thirteenth Warrior, Middle East, Medieval period, Authenticity, Information literacy

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Collaborating towards Cognition by Using 21st Century Learning Techniques to Create Effective Learning

Room 1002

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