Curation and Information Literacy

OSSEMOOC

This Tuesday, May 26th at 8:00 p.m. EDT, we are thrilled to welcome Deborah McCallum  (@bigideasinedu)  to share her work on curation as an important part of information literacy,  a skill that serves educators and learners alike. Whether used as an instructional strategy or skill for learning, it is an effective element of knowledge building, taking ownership, and bringing context to the learning process.

You may join the online presentation and collaboration room anytime after 7:30 p.m. EDT by clicking  [here].  As an alternative, you may listen to our  internet radio broadcast.

We look forward to your participation.

Your OSAPAC OSSEMOOC team.

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  1. […] find that magic search engine that would preclude us from ever needing to teach our students key Information Literacy or Digital Citizenship skills. A great reason to have Teacher-Librarians in our […]

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