Today's learners in tomorrow's world: Info lit skills for the future

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Today's learners in tomorrow's world: Info lit skills for the future by Mind Map: Today's learners in tomorrow's world: Info lit skills for the future

1. Let your imagination go wild

2. Opportunities

2.1. Libraryh3lp

2.1.1. more interaction with the academic staff New node

2.2. Personalised subject/liaison pages

3. access to technology

3.1. Unitec provided (hardware and bandwidth restrictions)

3.1.1. Still providing students with what they might not have at home!!!

3.2. student provided (cost to student)

3.2.1. subsidised kindles with packages

3.3. flexible learning spaces

4. technology skills

4.1. using computers, cellphones, mp3 players, etc

4.2. using ever changing social networking sites

4.3. Concern: neded to correct current inequality around IT skills

5. Online community-building

5.1. librarian forum for sharing ideas

6. No need for traditional library services in mind of users eg. books!

6.1. Defining what library services are...

6.2. Depending on discipline, type of user...

7. students can learn from each other - not just from lecturer

7.1. plagiarism?

7.2. lecturers have wide variety of technology skills

8. Librarians' anxieties rather than user anxieties

8.1. 'Comfort zone'

8.2. need the freedom to be creative and try new things

8.2.1. freedom to make mistakes

8.2.2. encouragement to spend time to learn about web 2.0 tools

9. Give me the answer now!

9.1. No >:(

10. The first steps to searching

10.1. Which source?

10.2. Search strategies

11. Susie's a myth - she just wants to pass with minimum effort

11.1. essays with no real research, just cut and paste

11.2. New node

11.3. We still can't let Susie's laziness detract from those willing to learn...

12. copyright (or wrong)

12.1. creative commons licensing

13. Students still need to learn how to evaluate information. How will they do this?

13.1. Librarians! :)

13.1.1. Great reason for libraries to be on Facebook etc. We have to market promote and make sure we are in the 'conversation" Hmmm.... I always think that if I'm a young librarian and I don't want to be facebook friends with the library, who would???