Critical Literacy As a Model for Navigating Online Information

Type of Presentation

Individual paper/presentation (20 minute presentation)

Target Audience



Room 1220 B


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Presentation Description

Information Literacy has a long history as a discipline focused on teaching students to make sense of and effectively use the vast and qualitatively variable sources they encounter. The emphasis has been on the technical ability to locate the information that is available and to think critically about the accuracy, biases and authority of resources encountered. This presentation describes a Critical Information Literacy approach to using blogs and ‘glogs’ to establish critical metacognitive instructional dialogues that encourage students to examine the social, cultural, and political nature of information itself.


Information literacy, Source evaluation, Critical Information Literacy, Blogs

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)


Oct 2nd, 11:30 AM Oct 2nd, 12:00 PM

Critical Literacy As a Model for Navigating Online Information

Room 1220 B

See presentation description.