This course features Rutgers’ Distinguished Professor Emerita, Dr. Carol Kuhlthau famous for her research on the Information Search Process(ISP). It was designed by curriculum specialist and teacher effectiveness coach, Dr. Leslie Maniotes for making practical application of this great content right away.
Take this course to reflect on your own theory of practice, define information literacy, examine a historical view of the term, and then drill down into concepts for location, evaluation, and use.
- 6 learning modules
- Approx. 3 hours of video content in short 3-5 minute lessons
- 32 page digital workbook – for capturing your ideas and plans
- Includes a Certificate for 5 hours of PD
- Companion book sold separately
On your own – Take this course asynchronously at your pace for a personal deep dive. Use the content and course workbook to create lessons that will providing lasting learning for the students you serve.
Groups – A cohort approach for this course is available. Use this asynchronous online course for flipped content one module at a time. Use the cohort to discuss local connections, or consider local, state, or national AASL/ ISTE standards. For the cohort, four to five scheduled 1 hour meetings are recommended. A cohort approach will help you to build a network with other librarians on this timely and important content and build a common understanding together for creating a larger impact.
Email Leslie for more information on purchasing a group rate or to arrange for Leslie to facilitate your cohort where you learn with the inquiry expert.