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Considering Information Literacy in a Changed Learning Environment - Stephen Thornton (University of Cardiff)
The PSA Teaching and Learning Network has launched its second webinar series 'Teaching Politics and Online: Design Matters'. This series has been recorded and relevant information and resources can be found here.
‘Closed until further notice’ is the common declaration on university library front doors at the moment and, even when libraries re-open, normal service won’t be returning for some time. In addition, the academic year 2020/21 will likely present us the challenge that some of our students will enjoy ready access to a physical library if they happen to be living close by, but others won’t. This session will examine whether this really matters now that ‘we can Google everything’. The rest of the session will explore and discuss ways to design our teaching (online or otherwise) to mitigate any potential problems and generally encourage ample information literacy amongst our students.
This webinar was delivered live Tuesday 4th August (3-4pm).
This webinar series is produced in partnership with the British International Studies Association (BISA).
- Read Stephen's blog post on this subject for more information
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