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Edited by Kristin Fontichiaro. Foreword by Jeffrey MacKie-Mason. A collection of essays on the topic of information and digital literacy from multiple perspectives.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOREWORD
Jeffrey MacKie-Mason

INTRODUCTION
The View From the Front of the Room
Kristin Fontichiaro

PART I: INFORMATION LITERACY IN THE WILD
Database-a-phobia
Kyle Tecmire

Primary Sources and the Inquiry Process in the Museum
Laura Gibbons

Guidance in the Information Jungle
Joanna Price

Iterative Instruction
Katy Mahraj

PART II: INFORMATION LITERACY IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES
Early Literacy and Reading Readiness in Public Libraries
Kathryn McMahon

How to Tame a Bird Unit
Caroline Mossing

Walking the Walk
Kristel Wieneke

PART III: INFORMATION LITERACY IN K-12 CLASSROOMS
“It has to be true. It was just cut-and-pasted!” Information Seeking and Evaluation in the AIC Simulation
Mariah Cherem

The Importance of Information Literacy in a Middle School Setting
Elizabeth A. Mines

“It's Just German”: How We Can Change Attitudes About Information Literacy in a World Language Context
Caroline Nagle

The Dreaded Bird Unit
Joshua Skodack

Confessions of a Pre-Service Social Studies Teacher: The Dichotomy Between Research Process and Content
Curtis Lee

PART IV: INFORMATION LITERACY IN K-12 SCHOOL LIBRARIES
Hook
John Cole

From Black and White to Gray: Addressing Information Literacy Skills in Web Evaluation
Kara Fridley

Assessing the Need for Assessment
Emily Johnson

PART V: INFORMATION LITERACY IN COLLEGE CLASSROOMS
Lessons in Visual Literacy
Brianne Rhoades and Mary Braun

Synthesize This!
JJ Pointe

Looking at the Information Needs of Pre-Service Teachers
Ander Erickson

PART VI: INFORMATION LITERACY IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES
The Importance of Academic Library K-12 Outreach
Natalie Molder

Creating Successful Collaboration between K-12 Educators and Academic Libraries
Mallory Colvin

Journey or Destination? Process vs. Product in Undergraduate Information Literacy
Kimberly Miller

The Known Unknown: How a Map Can Lead the Way for New Researchers and New Librarians Alike
Kelly Davenport

SCVNGR for Information Literacy Instruction
Meggan Frost and Jill Morningstar

Pull It Apart: Discovering Information Literacy with Technology
Peter Timmons

What's the Keystroke Command for Information Literacy? Getting from Tech Skills to Thinking Skills
Andrea Neuhoff

Becoming a Literate Information Literacy Instructor
Alissa Talley-Pixley

When Technology Fails
Sarah LeMire

ABOUT THE CLASS

Published: Kristin Fontichiaro on Dec 16, 2011
ISBN: 9781465760586
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