Tag Archives: information literacy

Transliteracy and public libraries – what might it look like?

Wanting to explore the notion of Transliteracy?  This collection of slides and presentations curated by The Proverbial Lone Wolf Librarian  is well worth a look. Thinking about what transliteracy means to your services, to the way your library does business?  … Continue reading

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Summer must-read – Information literacy in the wild from Kristin Fontichiaro

                                                  A must-read over summer, folks.  Providing some great insights through the eyes of students learning about the world of librarianship, “The class’s diversity contributed to new understandings and realizations as the students mashed up their divergent backgrounds, experiences, aspirations, … Continue reading

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Transliteracy and information literacy: Why it is important that we understand the connection

I have been on the Transliteracy bandwagon for some time now, following the Bobbi Newman (and significant others) Libraries and Transliteracy blog with interest. I have two pressing concerns with Transliteracy, neither of which cast any doubts on the premise … Continue reading

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Student personal learning networks – a transliterate approach

I love the domino effect – the arrival of Bobbi Newman’s latest post in my inbox this morning led me first to another viewing of the excellent Buffy Hamilton’s presentation called Framing Transliterate Learning Through Inquiry and Participatory Culture. Bobbi kindly … Continue reading

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