Information Literacy Frameworks: Representational objects made by Curtin Info Studies studentsMain MenuInformation Literacy FrameworksRepresentational Objects made by Curtin Info Studies StudentsState Library of Queensland 1State Library of Queensland 2State Library of Queensland 3State Library of Queensland 4City of Canterbury Library 1City of Canterbury Library 2City of Canterbury Library 3UNESCODeakin University LibraryAdelaide Uni Library 1Adelaide Uni Library 2ANZILANZIL 2SCONUL 1SCONUL 2SCONUL 3American College of Research LibrariesBaker's Cultural Heritage Model (2013)Karen Miller3b268a236bd2b2fbb39e73880fad22636988d471
1media/model1.jpg2016-04-01T02:35:53-07:00Information Literacy Frameworks19Representational Objects made by Curtin Info Studies Studentsimage_header2584982016-06-11T23:06:01-07:00Information Literacy frameworks can provide a conceptual structure around which some library services, resources and training can be built. A number of different frameworks have been developed and used by libraries and other organisations to guide the development of their information literacy programs.
Information Studies students at Curtin University created 2D and 3D objects and videos representing a range of information literacy, digital literacy and lifelong learning frameworks from both university and public libraries, as well as information professional organisations. They include drawings, lego and other 3D models, as well as videos made using Animoto. The activity enabled both online and face-to-face students to engage in a hands-on way with the concepts underpinning the frameworks.
This short publication shows images of the representations and includes a brief description, written by the students, about their model.