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Semaine
1
3 heures pour terminer

Your Role as a Metaliterate Learner

This first week explains what metaliteracy is and what it means to be a metaliterate learner in today’s collaborative information environment. The course materials in this section describe the concept and why it is important to learners who want to make the most out of their active involvement in social networking, social media, and online communities, as well as any context that includes social interaction. We discuss the need to work collaboratively in social environments and what it means to be a self-reflective learner. This first module prepares learners to think about their roles as critical thinkers and collaborative digital citizens capable of effectively navigating, creating, and sharing relevant information. We will also discuss how emerging technologies impact this process of discovery and participation.

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2 vidéos (Total 12 min), 2 lectures, 1 quiz
2 vidéos
Your Role as a Metaliterate Learner (11:16)11 min
2 lectures
Metaliterate Learner Handout10 min
Reframing Information Literacy as a Metaliteracy10 min
Semaine
2
2 heures pour terminer

Becoming a Digital Citizen: Creating and Sharing a Social Identity

This week explores the complex concept of social identity in the online environment. Content investigates the multi-faceted aspects of our online identities, and the important connected concept of personal privacy. Learners will not only research and analyze their own online persona, but they will also consider the social identity or identities of others. Metaliteracy promotes the production and distribution of digital information, while thinking critically about how we interact with others and present ourselves online.

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1 vidéo (Total 3 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
1 vidéo
1 lecture
Creating and Sharing a Social Identity10 min
Semaine
3
3 heures pour terminer

Becoming a Digital Citizen: Understanding Intellectual Property

This week explores intellectual property. It will challenge you to look critically at what you understand about intellectual property, and the basics of copyright and open access. Since metaliteracy encourages the creation of new information and repurposing of open content, we need to examine the ethical dimension of this work. Doing so will prepare you to expand your role as a digital citizen in changing information environments.

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3 vidéos (Total 12 min), 2 lectures, 3 quiz
3 vidéos
Open Access 101 (03:16)3 min
Creative Commons License Chooser Demo (04:54)4 min
2 lectures
Copyright10 min
Open Access10 min
2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Copyright self-check20 min
Open Access self-check20 min
Semaine
4
3 heures pour terminer

Becoming a Digital Citizen: Ethical Use of Information

This week explores information ethics. Content includes the following topics, all of which are connected to a broad understanding of information ethics, including information use, and ethically remixing and sharing content. The module challenges you to look critically at what you understand about how you currently use, share, remix, and distribute information.

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5 vidéos (Total 47 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
5 vidéos
Everything is a Remix Part 1 (07:18)7 min
Everything is a Remix Part 2 (09:48)9 min
Everything is a Remix Part 3 (11:16)11 min
Everything is a Remix Part 4 (15:26)15 min
1 lecture
Ethical Use of Information10 min
Semaine
5
3 heures pour terminer

Understanding How Information is Packaged and Shared

Today’s dynamic social media environment features a wide range of formats that define how information is packaged and shared. Metaliteracy challenges us to think about how the presentation of information in multiple formats impacts our understanding of the content conveyed. Searching for information in print and text formats has given way to navigating and interacting with a variety of sources in social media, social networking, and multimedia. Today’s presentation of information includes open resources and user-generated information via blogs, microblogs, and snippets of information in status updates and user reviews. The authority of information in these spaces is not always easily understood and requires a critical perspective that makes sense out of so many sources, without discounting the value of multiple perspectives now available.

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2 vidéos (Total 34 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
2 vidéos
Understanding How Information is Packaged and Shared (29:53)29 min
1 lecture
Understanding How Information is Packaged and Shared10 min
Semaine
6
2 heures pour terminer

Creating Information

This week we will transition from information consumers to information producers. Whether or not you consider yourself a publisher, you have likely created and shared information online. If you have ever written a blog post, communicated on a social network, or commented on a web article, you have published information. In this module we will explore the different ways in which we share, communicate, and create new information, both as individuals and in collaborative environments. You will have the opportunity to explore your own unique voice and the ways in which you can share your ideas and perspectives with a potentially worldwide audience.

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1 vidéo (Total 10 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
1 lecture
Creating Information10 min
Semaine
7
2 heures pour terminer

Participating as a Global Contributor

In this week, you’ll learn to see yourself as a participant in a global information community and you will consider the importance of how messages are sent and received by different audiences. You’ll also become aware of the challenges of practicing inclusiveness in the design and content of the information you create. Activities will include exploring the impact of messages sent by different news sites around the world and finding ways to accommodate audiences whose experiences may be different from your own.

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1 vidéo (Total 3 min), 2 lectures, 1 quiz
2 lectures
Participating as a Global Contributor10 min
Contributing to an Open World10 min
Semaine
8
2 heures pour terminer

Create and Curate

In this module, you will focus on an aspect of information creation not previously considered in this course: information curation. Rather than simply collecting resources for your own use when you are interested in a topic, you have the ability to curate content, creating a value-added product that might aid others in their search for information. Consider Pinterest, as an example, where people create boards on various topics. You will learn about content curation, and then put what you have learned into practice.

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1 vidéo (Total 6 min), 2 lectures, 1 quiz
2 lectures
Curation Interview10 min
Create and Curate10 min
Semaine
9
3 heures pour terminer

Metacognitive Reflection

What kind of learner are you? If you don’t get something right the first time, do you get down on yourself for failing, or do you embrace it as an opportunity for growth? When you post a status update on Facebook or other social media site, are you reflecting on daily activities in a new way? How might status updates and other online postings provide us with a means to reflect and share? This week you will examine your unique learning behaviors and discover how to be more aware of your own thought processes. You will consider how metacognitive practices (or thinking about your own thinking) can help you to better manage and navigate all of the information that you engage with on a daily basis. The content presented this week will bring you one step closer to being a metaliterate learner.

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2 vidéos (Total 36 min), 2 lectures, 1 quiz
2 vidéos
Adapt and Persist (13:57)13 min
2 lectures
Metacognitive Reflection10 min
Adapt and Persist Flowcharts10 min
Semaine
10
2 heures pour terminer

Empowered Learning: From Learner to Teacher

This last module asks you to reflect upon what you have learned in your journey to empower yourself as a metaliterate individual. You have been engaging with the information environment in both familiar and new ways over these past ten weeks. You have also been reflecting about this engagement, which has provided you with additional learning opportunities. The course materials in this section ask you to reflect specifically on the roles you play as an empowered metaliterate learner, transferring intellectual creations to new formats, translating information for new audiences, and effectively teaching others. We discuss why dexterity in these roles is important, and the impact you can have upon others through your recognition of the positive power they engender. This last module provides a culminating opportunity to gauge your progress, and to determine where you want to travel next as an informed digital citizen.

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2 vidéos (Total 7 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
2 vidéos
Translate (01:32)1 min
1 lecture
From Learner to Teacher10 min
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Principaux examens pour Metaliteracy: Empowering Yourself in a Connected World

par SIAug 10th 2017

Cannot recommend this course enough, especially for librarians and other educators.

Enseignants

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Dr. Thomas P. Mackey

Professor
SUNY Empire State College
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Professor Trudi Jacobson

Distinguished Librarian; Head, Information Literacy Department
University Libraries, University at Albany
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Kelsey O'Brien

Information Literacy Librarian
University Libraries, University at Albany
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Dr. Michele Forte

Assistant Professor, SUNY Empire State College
Community and Human Services

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