Teaching Topics: Get in the Picture - ACRL Framework and You
This one hour webinar offers an overview of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy and how health science librarians are responding to this change in information literacy standards. The Framework replaced ACRL’s Information Literacy Competency Standards (2000) in May 2016. The new ACRL Framework is a group of six conceptual understandings considered critical to organizing many other concepts and ideas about information, research, and scholarship into a coherent whole. Two added elements illustrate related learning goals: knowledge practices - demonstrations of ways in which learners can increase their understanding of these information literacy concepts, and dispositions - ways in which to address the affective, attitudinal, or valuing dimension of learning.
This class describes the new Framework and profiles it in use. Several health science librarians will present case studies on their approach to using the Framework at their institution. If time allows, discussion and sharing among participants will be included.
• Explain the 6 Frames of the 2016 Framework for IL & their associated elements of knowledge practices & dispositions
• Explore the differences and similarities between the 2016 Framework & 2000 ACRL Standards of Information Literacy
• Describe how health science libraries and associations are responding and using the new Framework
Heather Collins, A.R. Dykes Health Sciences Library, University of Kansas Medical Center
1) AAHSL Competency-based medical education and Framework project
2) the New Literacies Alliance Project (Framework-based Online Learning Objects
Hanna Schmillen, MLIS, Subject Librarian for Health Sciences Ohio University Libraries
Topic: Using Framework-based rubrics for health sciences library instruction
Jessica Shira Sender, MLS, MET, AHIP, Librarian for the College of Nursing, Michigan State University
Topic: The Framework and Nursing
Jean Song - Assistant Director, Academic and Clinical Engagement, Taubman Health Sciences Library, University of Michigan
Topic: Getting Started Mapping the Framework to the Health Sciences
Natalie Tagge, MLIS, Education Services Librarian, Ginsburg Health Sciences Library, Temple University
Topic: The Framework and Undergraduate Medical Students
Apr 26, 2017
Teaching Topics is a one hour, live webinar that covers topics relevant to teaching. Members of the NNLM Training Office will discuss techniques, tips or tools for teaching, including topics such as engagement, assessment, video tutorials, and adult learning principles.