ALI Information Literacy Committee Webinar: Scholarly Communications & Information Literacy...
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ALI Information Literacy Committee Webinar Scholarly Communications & Information Literacy Instruction
!Committee Members: Sally Neal, Leslie Morgan, Clarence Maybee
!Friday, March 28, 2014
STEPHANIE DAVIS-KAHL Scholarly Communications Librarian
Illinois Wesleyan University. Co-author of Common Ground at the Nexus of
Information Literacy & Scholarly Communication
CRAIG FINLAY Scholarly Communications Librarian
Indiana University South Bend
FRANNY GAEDE Scholarly Communication Librarian
“When librarians….hear the phrase “scholarly communication,” they likely think of topics such as peer review, the journal “crisis,” open access,
impact factors, licensing, copyright, authors’ rights, and institutional repositories. On the surface, these topics might seem far removed from
what librarians think of as tenets of information literacy instruction…”
“At the heart of this movement is the belief that helping students become more information literate inevitably means teaching students about the
social, economic, and political forces at work in the creation, evaluation, and interpretation of information.” (ACRL IL Standard #5)
Thus academic information literacy sits on the bedrock of scholarly
communication—it is completely based on how scholars create, share, and vet new knowledge, as well as their specific rhetorical and citation traditions. Duckett, Kim & Warren, Scott. (2013). Exploring the Intersections of Information Literacy and Scholarly Communication. In Stephanie Davis-Kahl & Merinda Kaye Hensley (Eds.), Common Ground of the Nexus of Information Literacy and Scholarly Communication (25-44). http://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/bookshelf/36
Frameworks & Thresholds
Response to Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education
Foundational Information Literacy
How to introduce freshmen to scholarly communication?
Information Is Not Free
How to teach about issues of information access?
How to empower students as content creators?
Students and Copyright
How do we make them care?
Usage rights and limitations
A World of Information
Using and creating information in an international context
Making connections to scholarly communication and information literacy
Resources for Teaching
Open Access and Scholarly Communication LibGuide from IU South Bend http://libguides.iusb.edu/scholcomm !Finding Images and Media (Creative Commons Images) LibGuide from Butler http://bit.ly/NZg4zR !Creative Commons Videos http://creativecommons.org/videos !Peer Review in Five Minutes Tutorial from NCSU http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/tutorials/pr/ !Palmer, Cathy, and Julia Gelfand. 2011. “Information Literacy and Scholarly Communication Alignments and Disconnects: What Can We Learn?” Poster presented at the 2011 ACRL Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April. http://bit.ly/1gtVSBU