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Developing metaliterate citizens: designing and delivering enhanced global learning opportunities
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OriginalveröffentlichungBotte, Alexander [Hrsg.]; Libbrecht, Paul [Hrsg.]; Rittberger, Marc [Hrsg.]: Learning Information Literacy across the Globe. Frankfurt am Main, May 10th 2019. Frankfurt am Main : DIPF 2021, S. 74-89
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Schlagwörter (Deutsch)Offenes Lernen; Open Educational Resources; Globales Lernen; Metakognitive Fähigkeit; Metakognition; Informationskompetenz; Lernumgebung; Digitale Medien; Lernen
TeildisziplinMedienpädagogik
Sonstige beteiligte InstitutionenDIPF | Leibniz-Institut für Bildungsforschung und Bildungsinformation ; ILO Information Literacy Online ; Conference on Learning Information Literacy across the Globe LILG (2019 : Frankfurt am Main)
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Abstract (Englisch):This paper explores metaliteracy, its importance in today’s information environment, the impact that it has had on a major model of information literacy, and the flexible open resources that are available for incorporating it in the teaching and learning of any discipline. Metaliteracy is a pedagogical model for thinking and knowing in the open age of social Technology that is both connected and divided. Metaliterate learning is advanced across academic disciplines through teaching and learning situations that support several principles of metaliteracy such as self-direction, collaboration, participation, and metacognitive thinking. Concomitantly, the design of innovative, collaborative, and open online learning environments, based on the metaliteracy goals and learning objectives, offers significant potential to develop self-directed global learners through the application of this unified and collaborative framework. Members of the Metaliteracy Learning Collaborative have created several technology-mediated resources for teaching metaliteracy, including: a digital badging system, four metaliteracy-focused MOOCs (two with wrap-around credit courses), and a forthcoming learning module for students making the transition from secondary to post-secondary education. (DIPF/Orig.)
Beitrag in:Learning Information Literacy across the Globe. Frankfurt am Main, May 10th 2019
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Eintrag erfolgte am02.02.2021
Empfohlene ZitierungJacobson, Trudi; Mackey, Thomas; O'Brien, Kelsey: Developing metaliterate citizens: designing and delivering enhanced global learning opportunities - In: Botte, Alexander [Hrsg.]; Libbrecht, Paul [Hrsg.]; Rittberger, Marc [Hrsg.]: Learning Information Literacy across the Globe. Frankfurt am Main, May 10th 2019. Frankfurt am Main : DIPF 2021, S. 74-89 - URN: urn:nbn:de:0111-pedocs-178866
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