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Information Literacy teaching and COVID-19
The CILIP Information Literacy Group are collecting data about the shift to online teaching that has taken place in UK education in relation to information literacy teaching. We would be very grateful if you could complete this short survey. We will write up the findings and share them via LIS-Infoliteracy and the IL website but also are using this information to develop a new training course to share good practice.
We really appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey and if you have any questions about it and how your data will be used please contact the CILIP Information Literacy group:
What establishment do you teach in?
Further Education College
Briefly outline the type of online information literacy teaching you have undertaken during this period including the audience / length of session / number of attendees / platform.
Please tell us about the information literacy teaching you have undertaken according to the subjects you have covered (tick all that apply)
Referencing or plagarism support
Finding and evaluating information
Using specific databases or resources
Dealing with mis-information / disinformation / fake news
Copyright, open access or scholarly communications activities
What are the main tools or technologies you have used during this time to teach with?
Which (if any) tools were new to you and if so please describe any support you received to use them.
What have been the main challenges or difficulties when teaching during this time?
What have been the main opportunities or benefits of teaching during this time?
Please describe any ways you have had to adapt or change your teaching practice (including any increase or reduction in planned sessions).
Please use this space to tell us anything else about teaching information literacy online during this time
If you are willing to supply a short case study for the Information Literacy website or be interviewed as part of this research please leave your name / contact details in this field.
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