Want an update on what is happening in the UK in relation to IL models? Then read Justine Martin’s report which highlights four UK models of Information Literacy and compares them with the ACRL’s Information Literacy Competency Standards. Martin, J. L. (2013) “Learning from Recent British Information Literacy Models: A Report to ACRL’s Information Literacy [...]
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The Sconul Seven Pillars of Information Literacy Core Model and lens are available from here.
I introduced the controversial ‘Three spheres of information literacy’ theory at LILAC in 2010 and gave my own interpretation of their relative importance as observed from my research. This year at LILAC I asked delegates who attended my talk (20) to note how they viewed the three spheres see http://www.flickr.com/photos/humpydemon/ for pics. I then asked lis-infoliteracy [...]
As Vitae have said in their press release: “What is research about if not finding, absorbing, creating and disseminating information?” Vitae, the Research Information Network (RIN) and the Society of College, National and University Libraries (SCONUL) have produced The informed researcher booklet and an Information literacy lens on the Vitae Researcher Development Framework. Further information and copies [...]
The Vitae Researcher Development Framework provides an overarching framework to support researchers in identifying the wide range of knowledge, behaviours and attributes of excellent researchers. Lenses on the Vitae Researcher Development have been developed to focus on the knowledge, behaviours and attributes that are developed by researchers and that can be acquired through or used [...]
On behalf of SCONUL, Alsion McKenzie and Helen Howard have produced two new lens to the SCONUL Seven Pillars of Information Literacy. They are available from: The SCONUL Seven Pillars of Information Literacy through a Digital Literacy lens, updated January 2012 The SCONUL Seven Pillars of Information Literacy through an Open Content lens, 2011 As always, [...]