An open access MOOC in French to bonify the information literacy skills of university students (with Moodle).
Students will know how to identify references in a bibliography, how to define their research subjects (synonyms & thesaurus), how to combine their keywords, which service to use (catalog, database, Google,...), how to assess the credibility of their sources, how to cite and respect copyrights, how to produce a bibliography with Zotero, how to adopt good practices for publishing (publishing process, open access, predators), how to set up alerts on topics, and what are bibliometry and literature review.
Information Literacy concepts:
- Defines Information Need (ACRL 1, SCONUL 1&2, ANZIL 1)
- Finds Information (ACRL 2, SCONUL 3&4, ANZIL 2&4, ANCIL 5)
- Evaluates (ACRL 3, SCONUL 5, ANZIL 3, ANCIL 4)
- Uses Information (ACRL 4, SCONUL 7, ANZIL 5, ANCIL 8&9)
- Ethics (ACRL 5, SCONUL 6, ANZIL 6, ANCIL 7)
- Authority is Constructed / Contextual (Frame 1)
- Information Creation as Process (Frame 2)
- Information Has Value (Frame 3)
- Research as Inquiry (Frame 4)
- Scholarship as Conversation (Frame 5)
- Searching as Strategic Exploration (Frame 6)
Individual or Group:
Integrated completely or partially into undergraduate and graduate courses. Also used as support to upgrade a specific information literacy skill of a student after a reference interview.