Welcome to 23 Framework Things! This is the first “thing.” We’ll start out fairly basic on this one. Start by reading the suggested article, take some time to think about it, and post your reaction below. Enjoy!
Foasberg, N. M. (2015). From Standards to Frameworks for IL: How the ACRL Framework addresses critiques of the Standards. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 15(4), 699-717. https://www.press.jhu.edu/journals/portal_libraries_and_the_academy/portal_pre_print/articles/foasberg.pdf [pre-print]
Please answer the following questions in the Comments section below, based on your attendance at the ARLD Day Pre-Conference Workshop “Let’s Build Together: Minnesota Librarians Implementing the ACRL Information Literacy Framework” on April 27, 2017:
For those that attended the ARLD Day Pre-Conference Workshop
You have already developed some understanding of the Framework during the ARLD Day Pre-Conference Workshop. What did you take away from the workshop beyond the basics outlined in the Foasberg article?
For those that DID NOT attend the ARLD Day Pre-Conference Workshop
After reading Nancy Foasberg’s article, what knowledge did you gain about the Framework? If the article was simply a refresher for you, in what ways does the Framework intrigue you as a basis for instruction?
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