Today marks the end of Global Media and Information Literacy Week 2017. The theme for this year’s event was Media and Information Literacy in Critical Times: Re-imagining Ways of Learning and Information Environments. Throughout the week Facet participated by sharing ‘look inside’ previews from our information literacy books, guest blog posts and video posts from our authors. We have gathered all of those resources together in one handy reference post below.
‘Look inside’ chapter previews
Blog & video posts from Facet authors
Nicole E. Brown and Kaila Bussert shared a step-by-step exercise which could be incorporated into information literacy teaching to develop student’s visual literacy skills in their blog post Develop Your Visual Literacy
Trudi E. Jacobson and Thomas P. Mackey explored ways to advance critical thinking and learning in today’s world with their blog post Advancing Metaliteracy
Sarah McNicol asked Why should critical literacy matter to information professionals?
Joanna M. Burkhardt offered 6 suggestions for teaching information literacy
Phil Bradley’s short video navigates social media with A Guide for Checking Authority and Validity
Tim Buckley Owen showed us ways in which library and information professionals can learn from journalist’s techniques in his blog post Spotlight on Spotlight: What can library and information professionals learn from journalists?
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