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Information Literacy Program at Decker Library

A toolkit for MICA's Information Literacy Program

Format

This course can be taught either synchronously or asynchronously, in person or on Zoom. Register your class here: https://calendly.com/requiredlibraryinstructionrequests/drawing-tradition-and-innovation

The librarians can use the chat function for multi-modal learning.

Optional: The librarians can use breakout rooms for individual help/instruction.

Reusable Content Associated with this Course

If being taught in person: Make sure to print out copies of the worksheet for students to complete in class. Also make sure you have the presentation pulled up.

 

If being taught online via Zoom: Here is a link to the Canvas Module that is licensed under a Creative Commons ShareAlike license on Canvas Commons and can be imported directly into the faculty member's Drawing: Tradition and Innovation course.

There is also a LibGuide associated with this course that students can be directed to for more detailed information. 

Lesson Plan

If teaching in person:

1. Go through the slide-deck lesson plan.

  • These slides will walk students through: Artsy, Google Arts and Culture, Wikipedia, Grove Art Online and our Library Catalog.

3. Have the students hand in their worksheet once they've returned with a book.

If teaching online:

1. Have the faculty member assign students to read the Pre-Work and watch the video on the Canvas Module.

2. Go through the slide-deck lesson plan under the "Assignment" section on the Canvas Module.

  • These slides will walk students through: Artsy, Google Arts and Culture, Wikipedia, Grove Art Online and our Library Catalog.

3. Have students make a copy of the worksheet and hand it in via Canvas.

This lesson should take about 1 hour to complete and can be followed up with additional instruction.

Decker Library at the Maryland Institute College of Art | Location: 1401 W. Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore, MD 21217 | Mailing: 1300 W. Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore, MD 21217

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