Teaching Information Literacy to Social Sciences Students a Practitioners is a second discipline-based casebook from ACRL. This volume is based on the ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards and presents cases on learning situations and how they can be analyzed and addressed. Also included are descriptions of instruction sessions for each case, notes, and teaching resources. Each case explicitly reflects one or more of the ACRL Information Literacy Standards.This practical collection of cases and applications brings a new set of resources to librarians doing instruction in the social sciences. Contributors cover such topics as data literacy, visual literacy, and developmental research skills training. Information on teaching undergraduate, graduate, and international students, and how to incorporate information literacy into various social science curricula are also presented.Teaching. Resources. Ontario Ministry of Education documents Each curriculum document outlines what is to be taught by grade and subject (e.g., Canadian and World ... to the Present, 6 volumes Lesson plans Transparencies For example, Canadian history transparencies Software Ontario Software Acquisition Program Advisory Committee (http://www. osapac.org/) Key history journals For example, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching Information Literacy Skills to Social Sciences Students and Practitioners|
|Author||:||Douglas Cook, Natasha Cooper|
|Publisher||:||Assoc of Cllge & Rsrch Libr - 2006-01-01|