Handout for Vlog 108 - Information Literacy

This short document is a handout to accompany Vlog 108 - Information Literacy.
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    Information Literacy Checklist 1.   Who authored the information? 2.   What expertise does the writer have to comment? 3.   What evidence is used to make the argument 4.   What genre is the document: journalism, academic paper, blog, polemic? 5.   Is the site/document/report funded by an institution? 6.   What argument is being made? 7.   When was the text produced? 8.   Why did this information emerge at this point in history? 9.   Who is the audience for this information? 10.   What is not being discussed and what are the political consequences of that absence?    Everyday    Applied   Theoretical   Reflexive   Diverse and open ended    Attaining a particular expertise   Gain disciplinary knowledge   Negotiation of social diversity   Confluent with spoken language   Use of spoken and written words to enable activity   Production and interpretation of epistemic texts   Probing assumed and specialized knowledge systems   Moving through roles and relationships in the family and community   Skill-based literacy   Situated in educational learning environments   Finding alternatives   Personal growth literacy   Specialized literacies   Challenging commonsense    Assimilating and reproducing knowledge   Meaning determined through diverse media   Critical literacy   Table based on Mary Macken- Horarik, “Exploring the requirements of critical school literacy: a view from two classrooms,” from F. Christie and Ray Mission (eds.),  Literacy and Schooling , (London: Routledge, 1998), p. 78  
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