Reconceptualising information and digital literacy in a fluid digital world

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The University PowerPoint TemplateReconceptualising information and digital literacy in a fluid digital world.Caterina Sciamanna, Cat Bazela, andLiam BullinghamNorthern Collaboration Conference 15th September 2016124/09/2016 The University of SheffieldWe enable our University to access and use the information universe for the creation, application and communication of knowledge.24/09/2016 The University of SheffieldThe Library Learning Services Unit blends digital skills with information literacies enabling transformative learning for education, employment and digital citizenship.Information and digital literacies for education, employment and digital citizenship.24/09/2016 The University of Sheffield24/09/2016 The University of SheffieldTransformative learningis learning which is able to cause change in education, employment and digital citizenship.24/09/2016 The University of SheffieldTeaching the skillsand not specific software packages.Teaching by questions"Though we would all really just like 'the answer', in a complex world what we all benefit from is a focus on questions". Vic Grant - Head of LLSULearner-centred teachingFlipped learning, critical learning, independent learning, collaborative learning, peer learning.6Referencing at Sheffield Library24/09/2016 The University of Sheffield7Referencing at Sheffield Library24/09/2016 The University of SheffieldMoved from the old style to the newNew referencing guide for Harvard introduced SeptemberBased on British Standard ISO 690:2010Piloting with Biomedical Sciences8Case study: reference management softwareIntroduction to EndNote Doctoral Development Programme classTransition to supporting RMS generally, not just EndNotePlans for teaching sessions online24/09/2016 The University of SheffieldActivity: lesson planin your groups:Plan a lesson using the template via Google Docs or paperwhat will you teach?face to face? online? both?Consider applying principles from today: teaching the skills (not the software)teaching by questionslearner-centred teachingLB: Ive moved away from Padlet as an option as since delegates will just be adding text on a templated form, Docs makes more sense. Heres a demo Doc (Ill do one for each group)https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fyupPRI2IxZcuEDdp8N2KYzYPJtGu5lLJ6N1OyKQWHg/edit?usp=sharing10Your lesson plans1124/09/2016 The University of SheffieldCaterina SciamannaDigital Skills Coordinator | Library Learning Services Unitc.sciamanna@sheffield.ac.uk @cat_sciamCat BazelaDigital Skills Training Coordinator | Library Learning Services Unitc.bazela@sheffield.ac.uk @LibTweedCat Liam BullinghamLiaison Librarian | Faculty Engagement Teaml.bullingham@sheffield.ac.uk @liamealbee