Information Literacy Concepts

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In the Presentation Studio, your creativity meets information literacy as you critically evaluate and ethically use visual content, and strategically search and explore visuals and information to create scholarly communication in an engaging presentation.

Information Literacy WheelAuthority is Constructed and Contextual 
Students can explore and select backgrounds and relevant visual elements to construct the context of their message.

Information Creation is a Process
Students may design and create multimedia content, gaining an understanding of how multimedia information can be produced, shared, and transformed. They can develop a media literacy and demonstrate their understanding of information by using various technologies in the creation process.

Information Has Value
Students need to consider the ethical and legal aspects related to the value of information, including copyright, access, privacy.

Research as Inquiry
Students are engaged in seeking and gathering information to complete assignments, present solutions, and answer research questions.

Scholarship as Conversation
Students may create informative videos that contribute to academic scholarship in the classroom and beyond. Students can develop communication skills as they demonstrate their perspective in an ongoing dialog in a multimedia format.

Searching as Strategic Exploration
Students need to search strategically for usable content information for their multimedia creations, identifying and using a variety of search tools and skills.

You also develop digital literacy skills as you become familiar with green screen technology and software, and technical literacy skills as you learn how to operate the camera and lighting.


"Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education", American Library Association, February 9, 2015. (Accessed November 21, 2023). Document ID: b910a6c4-6c8a-0d44-7dbc-a5dcbd509e3f