Metaliteracy MOOC Daily Newsletter
July 24, 2014
Participants' Blog Posts
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:  We need to teach information literacy and metaliteracy
skills to our students. Elizabeth Calhoon
:  The two most important skills for us, as teachers, and for students: metaliteracy
and metacognition Wyoming Libraries
:  Metaliteracy
: reinventing information literacy to empower learners / Thomas P. Mackey and Trudi E. James Kellerhouse
:  did you see Metaliteracy
book by Mackey & Jacobson? Trudi Jacobson
:  so agree! Have you seen new book : Reinventing Information Literacy to Empower Learners? Jessica U. Oberlin
:  learners not only consumers of info but creators and curators. Get students to where they don't need us David Runyon
:  I often run into metaliteracy
issues as critical thinking, communication, and ethical behavior competencies overlap info lit. Merinda Hensley
:  The ACRL task force discussed this extensively and we decided elements of metaliteracy
were so ingrained 1/2 Donna Witek
:  Controversial much? ;) RT : Info lit and meta lit are basically the same -