Best practices in effective, activity-based learning for information literacy
7th March 2017
[Research Focus: Developing an information-savvy workforce through strategic alignments]
If you cultivate your skill in creating activity-based learning, you will improve the way workers interact with information.
But first, you need to learn to account for learning preferences amongst your target audience. Far from a "one-size-fits-all" strategy, information experts need to understand the variety of ways in which people take in, process, and internalise information so that it becomes knowledge and practice.
While you don't need to become an expert in this field, it can help to know enough to be able to partner successfully with your learning and development teams. This will help you collaborate to develop an effective curriculum and learning materials, to help your organisation improve its information literacy.
This Jinfo Webinar provides guidance on:
- Different learning styles and approaches
- How to develop an effective learning curriculum for information literacy, which doesn't rely on dragging people to training sessions
- Designing activity-based learning materials for a variety of environments to improve information skills and overall literacy.
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