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Information Fluency for the Social Sciences

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Using Gagne’s Learning Outcomes

Drawing on the post above, it’s helpful to take a closer look at some categories of learning outcomes.  The educational psychologist, Robert Gagne set forth five categories of learning outcomes: verbal information, intellectual skill, cognitive strategy, attitude, motor skill. Verbal … Continue reading

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Library Literacy vs. Information Literacy

I came across an interesting concept in a blog posting last summer regarding the concept of Library Literacy versus Information Literacy.  What it made me realize is that learning about the services of the library needs to be separate from … Continue reading

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Information Literacy: Defined

Since this blog deals with Information Literacy (IL), it’s probably a good idea to start out with a definition.  One that is widely used in the library profession is the one from the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL): … Continue reading

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