Know & Go: Developing Information Literacy Lessons for First-Year College Students

Scheduled Dates

October 28, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST (Register Now)

Course Description
Status: 

All first-year college students are not the same—far from it actually! Starting with the understanding of the unique backgrounds of each student is necessary for developing effective instruction. At the same time, if you know your student body, there are research and trends that can be useful in the development of information literacy lessons.

In this one-hour webinar, information literacy expert Lauren Hays, will introduce attendees to pedagogical methods that recognize the differences of each learner. She will also share research on first-year college students and explain how the findings from the research can be applied in information literacy instruction. Attendees will leave the session with practical ideas for developing information literacy lessons for first-year college students.

Course Type: 
Target Audience: 
None
Prerequisites

None

Learning Objectives
  • Attendees will identify information literacy topics for first year college students
  • Attendees will examine a variety of contexts that impact first year college students’ information literacy skills and abilities
  • Attendees will learn how to design information literacy lessons for first year college students
Homework Expectations
Session Information
Session Duration: 
This course consists of a 1-hour session.
Contact Hours: 
1
Instructor
Lauren Hays - learning@amigos.org
Fees
Amigos Member Fee: 
$0
Non-member Fee: 
$35