We want to share our research findings far and wide so that everybody knows how important information literacy skills are! We will post articles here that are written by members of our team so that you can keep up-to-date with our findings and share them with your networks. Keep an eye on this page, as it will continue to evolve throughout the project. Nga mihi.
Check out our latest article in Curriculum Matters, Teacher and librarian perspectives on information literacy, and the secondary-school library’s relationship to information literacy in the classroom, here.
Angela and Carla wrote a piece for Set, A uniquely Aotearoa-informed approach to evaluating information using the Rauru Whakarare Evaluation Framework. Link here.
Lisa wrote an opinion piece for Education Central, How schools can combat the information crisis. Have a read.
Lisa wrote a blog for Advance HE, Taking on “fake news” in our classrooms. Link here
Senga and Lisa spoke on Educating for Social Change (Access Radio Wellington) about our project and the role of librarians in teaching IL skills in schools, universities, and polytechs. If you fancy listening, you can do so here.
Che Sofe’s blog post The librarian, my students, and I was re-posted on School News, for the article see here.
Under-recognised, underused, and undervalued: School libraries and librarians in New Zealand secondary school curriculum planning and delivery published by Curriculum Matters, here.
Jessica Cross and Senga’s blog post Making the implicit explicit: reactions to chemistry report writing and collaborative Learning was re-posted by SCIS, check it out here.
Ang’s A uniquely Aotearoa New Zealand-informed approach to evaluating information was picked up and re-posted by Education Central, you can find this here.
Check out articles from both Senga and Ken in SLANZA’s Collected magazine (and you may also recognise one of our awesome blog posts by Vicki Traas), have a read here.
Lisa wrote an article for Education Central: Hidden in plain sight: secondary school library services, see here.
For a bit of background on our project, check out Information literacy a human right: researcher; here.