Presentation Title

Using and Creating Open Resources in Information Literacy Instruction

Location

Room 1005

Type of Presentation

Individual paper/presentation (20 minute presentation)

Target Audience

Higher Education

Abstract

Academic librarians have been teaching students, faculty, and even administration about Open Access and Open Educational Resources in the contexts of shared research, college affordability, and ethics. How can librarians use both the concept of Open and these open resources within information literacy instruction? Russell Palmer and Jeff Gallant will present on introducing students to intersections between the concept of Open and the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, using and creating open resources in the information literacy instruction classroom, and what GALILEO is doing to create, provide, and encourage the adoption of open resources throughout the state of Georgia.

Presentation Description

None

Keywords

Open educational resources, open access, academic libraries, Georgia resources

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Sep 15th, 4:15 PM Sep 15th, 5:30 PM

Using and Creating Open Resources in Information Literacy Instruction

Room 1005

Academic librarians have been teaching students, faculty, and even administration about Open Access and Open Educational Resources in the contexts of shared research, college affordability, and ethics. How can librarians use both the concept of Open and these open resources within information literacy instruction? Russell Palmer and Jeff Gallant will present on introducing students to intersections between the concept of Open and the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, using and creating open resources in the information literacy instruction classroom, and what GALILEO is doing to create, provide, and encourage the adoption of open resources throughout the state of Georgia.