Learning Goals

The Learning Goals table allows you to click right through to the materials that apply to a specific learning goal.

To develop a workshop or lesson, you can use the Information Literacy workshop-design-form.

Learning Goal
Prior Knowledge
Can activate prior knowledge and determine what (additional) knowledge is required
Can identify potential informationsources (Google, Wikipedia,
Can identify a subject (key words, terms)
Can translate a research question into literature requirments
Can frame a subject
Can formulate main research question and secondary questions
Can create an overview of search terms (synonyms, related terms)
Drafts a research plan (where to look and how to address subjects)
Can determine the best search method (snowball etc)
Formulate a search strategy(Boolean, truncate)
Collects information using different methods (and different sources of information)
Uses advanced search options of a databank
Can document and manage information (reference software)
Select and assess
Can distill outline
Can use predefined criteria to evaluate information
Can acknowledge contradictions and new information
Can judge information based on reliabilities/usability
Can process information and translate it into a new product or presentation
Acknowledges and honours the guidelines for use of information
Can compose a literature list
Can incorporate references into texts
Can select a form of presentation that is appropriate for the topic
Knows how to disseminate the product effectively
Can evaluate both processes and products