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A New Curriculum for Information Literacy

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This wiki is an archive of the research workspace used by Jane Secker and Emma Coonan while developing the New Curriculum for Information Literacy as part of the Arcadia Programme. The project ran from 3rd May until 8th July 2011. Project outputs and ongoing work can now be found on our new site, http://newcurriculum.wordpress.com/

 

If you wish to sign up for updates about the project please join our mailing list at: ANCIL@JISCMAIL.AC.UK

 

Project outputs and documents are here.

 

Project aims and objectives are here.

 

Notes from meetings with John Naughton

 

Ideas for dissemination

 

Resources for our expert workshop on 21st June 2011

 

Notes from Initial brainstorm

 

We used a whiteboard to capture all our first thoughts here. Jane attended a lunchtime seminar organised by Libby Tilley on 4th May and some notes she wrote are here. Jane also wrote some ideas about what a new curriculum might look like here.

 

Milestones and timescales:

You can find out milestones and project timescales here.

 

1) Literature review / catch up - 6-9th May and on going

2) Best practice review - 6th - 13th May and on going

3) Expert consultation - pilot on 13th May with selected Working Group

4) Expert consultation - interviews - 16th - 27th May

5) First draft outline - 8th June

6) Plan next stage and revise

7) Consultation with experts / Cambridge / LSE group for reactions to curriculum - 13th - 20th June - at CARET (in meeting room with lunch?)

8) Final curriculum ready with Evidence toolkit, framework review and literature review by 8th July

 

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