Tell it Like it is: How to Give a (mostly) Jargonless Information Literacy Talk
Michigan Library Association Annual Conference
Grand Rapids, MI
Lofty definitions and academic buzzwords abound, but sometimes you just have to tell it like it is. This was the case at a recent all-faculty conference at Hope College where the library was asked to present on information literacy (IL) and student learning. Forgoing the route of endless eye-glazing charts and statistics overkill, IL was demystified through real life applications and anecdotes—heavy on the humour and wrapped in a coat of urgency. In five minutes, this talk will explain how to illuminate IL in a way that not only makes sense, but also clearly aligns with preexisting institutional goals and mission.
Repository citation: Wiebe, Todd J., "Tell it Like it is: How to Give a (mostly) Jargonless Information Literacy Talk" (2014). Faculty Presentations. Paper 167.
October 16, 2014.
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