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Incorporating Information Competency into the Curriculum Carol Womack, Santa Monica College Library Incorporating Information Competency into the Curriculum Carol Womack, Santa Monica College Library

History Academic Senate resolutions for IC graduation requirement n 2002 Board of governors n History Academic Senate resolutions for IC graduation requirement n 2002 Board of governors n Present: on hold n

The Grant Santa Monica College n Fund for Instructional Improvement n $97, 048 n The Grant Santa Monica College n Fund for Instructional Improvement n $97, 048 n Fall 2001 – Summer 2002+ n

Background Initiated by faculty n Info comp need n Info Comp Task Force n Background Initiated by faculty n Info comp need n Info Comp Task Force n SMC u 30, 000+ students u 90+ academic programs u 20+ vocational programs n

The Goal Promote innovation via faculty/staff development n Develop lifelong learners n The Goal Promote innovation via faculty/staff development n Develop lifelong learners n

The Objectives: n To establish a common core of understanding: u what information competency The Objectives: n To establish a common core of understanding: u what information competency is (and isn’t) u its importance in instruction u faculty required to incorporate information competency assignments in their classes.

The Objectives: To create information competency assignments n To increase students’ level of competency The Objectives: To create information competency assignments n To increase students’ level of competency n To create an information competency course n To present the course online n

The FII Grant Team n n n n Director of Academic Computing Assistant Dean, The FII Grant Team n n n n Director of Academic Computing Assistant Dean, Library Dean, English Dept. President, Academic Senate Chair, Professional Development Committee Chair, Curriculum Committee BI Librarian

The Procedures: n Create a series of modules covering info comp issues u Technology The Procedures: n Create a series of modules covering info comp issues u Technology changes u Pedagogical impact u Best practices n n n Faculty practicum (summer session) Pilot Test (History 10) Distance ed class for students

Benefits: n n For Faculty: u Understanding concepts of info comp For Students: u Benefits: n n For Faculty: u Understanding concepts of info comp For Students: u Development of info comp skills n For the California Community College System: u Presentation and dissemination of info comp professional development curriculum

The Process: n Info Comp task force recommendations u Content u Audience n Creation The Process: n Info Comp task force recommendations u Content u Audience n Creation of 2 -unit class u Pedagogy u Assignments u Organization u Presentation

The Info Comp Team n n n Project Director - Jennifer Merlic, Director of The Info Comp Team n n n Project Director - Jennifer Merlic, Director of Academic Computing Faculty u Carol Womack (Library)—Team Leader u Lawrence Driscoll (English) u Nancy Grass-Hemmert (Speech) u Richard Bailey (Business) Information Competency Task Force

The Product Library 15/Education 15— 2 unit class n Debut: summer 2002 n Faculty: The Product Library 15/Education 15— 2 unit class n Debut: summer 2002 n Faculty: English, History, Business, Nursing, Library http: //homepage. smc. edu/womack_carol/ Library 15/ n

Future: Expand scope—lifelong learning n Work with other faculty and librarians u K-12 u Future: Expand scope—lifelong learning n Work with other faculty and librarians u K-12 u 4 -year higher ed institutions n