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Information literacy: seven ways to think outside the box





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Published on Nov 11, 2008

I met Liz Wilkinson from the University of Auckland at the LIANZA 2008 conference: Poropitia: Outside the Box. I was very impressed with an information literacy package she had helped to design. "Te Punga" used online graphic novels and simulations to introduce students to the library catalogue.

I was even more impressed with her philosophy behind the design - and I have tried to capture this in this movie.

1. Literacy beyond text
2. Student centred, not library centred
3. Outside experts
4. Involve students
5. Use students' environments
6. Learning by doing
7. Make students feel at home


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