Ebook - Useful for "Clarify" step of the Academic Literacies Framework e.g.
Chapter 1: Using student curiosity to generate compelling research questions
Chapter 4: TOPIC generation and teaching research as inquiry.
Ebook - Useful for "Find" step of the Academic Literacies Framework e.g.
Chapter 17: Gathering, evaluating and strategic exploration
Chapter 18: Together we learn
Chapter 19: Hashtags and filter bubbles: Guiding students on their research quest
Chapter 20: Strategic topic development : an active, flipped lesson for first-year students
Chapter 23: Using cooperative learning [for health graduates] to MeSH up their searches
Ebook - Useful for "Organise" and / or "Communicate" step of the Academic Literacies Framework e.g.
Chapter 27: What is an annotated bibliography?
Chapter 28: Leveraging social learning for information literacy
Chapter 29: Scaffolding IL skills through final research projects
Chapter 30: Changing ESL students research methods [via] processes of information creation
Chapter 32: Helping civil engineering students meet real-world information needs
Ebook - Useful for "Communicate" step of the Academic Literacies Framework. e.g.
Chapter 34: Pulling it together: sharing your research story
Chapter 36: Topical subject sources as catalyst for inquiry-based learning
Chapter 37: rite of Spring information cycle activity [for students of dance]
Chapter 38: They all quote each other [Activities around literature reviews]
Chapter 39: What did they say and why did they say it? [In the Science classroom]
Ebook - "Acknowledge sources" step of the Academic Literacies Framework e.g.
Chapter 44: Teaching bias without a skyhook - A game which shows that what is "true" depends on who you ask.
Chapter 45: Grappling with authority in first-year writing
Chapter 46: Examining justice models through social media
Chapter 47: Teaching business students leadership skills using adult learning theory
Chapter 51: On whose authority? Teaching evidence -based practice point-of-care research to the nursing student
These open source Information Literacy e-Learning Modules are funded through the Tertiary Education Commission's e-Learning Collaborative Development Fund (eCDF). One of the main goals of the project is to design, implement and evaluate up to 11 authentic task-based information literacy modules which are underpinned by the ANZIIL standards.