Archive for February, 2011

InfoSavvy on Vacation

InfoSavvy on Vacation

Image created at http://www.meez.com Hello!  We have been on vacation this week.  Next week we’ll be back with our latest posts.  In the meantime enjoy the rest of your winter vacation!

By February 27, 2011 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy
Competency standards and stakeholder needs

Competency standards and stakeholder needs

I listened to a February 16 webinar entitled  “Competency-based education and performance assessment: WGU’s model for success.”  Diane Johnson and Janet Schnitz of Western Governors University spoke of WGU’s competency-based approach. They spoke of three guiding questions: What must students know? To what degree must students know it? How will […]

By February 17, 2011 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy
A lifelong learning experience

A lifelong learning experience

The Association of College & Research Libraries* and I (Maureen Perry) believe that information literacy involves lifelong learning.  In this spirit I’ll share a recent learning experience . I have been working with a section of Lewiston-Auburn College’s senior seminar course.  The focus of this particular section is sustainability.  As […]

By February 12, 2011 Comments are Disabled InfoSavvy