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Information literacy strategy workshop

By: INASP, published on May 21, 2015

Countries: Not specified

Tags: Information literacy, strategy,

Training Activity: Information literacy

The purpose of this three-day workshop is to enable participants to develop a strategic approach to developing an IL programme within their institutions.

Goal

To strengthen the participants capacity to systematically review their institutional goals, context and stakeholder support for Information Literacy, as well as develop an action plan to raise awareness of the programme and garner support.

By the end of the workshop, participants will have:

  • learned how to undertake a strategic planning process, and know the activities related to the strategic planning cycle
  • been introduced to an Outcome Mapping approach to planning
  • learned how to undertake an analysis of their context and stakeholders
  • drafted an initial action plan for engaging effectively with stakeholders in their institution, and wider afield
  • learned how to monitor progress, and considered methods for gathering evidence
  • developed a communication plan for their stakeholder community

Expectations of an Information Literacy Strategy Workshop

An information literacy strategic action plan should be developed by each institution, within three - six months of the workshop; or another appropriate, equivalent task. Participants will be expected to report on progress.

En Español: Taller de Estrategia de Habilidades informacionales (DHI)

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