Integrating action learning into information literacy instruction in a cross-disciplinary blended learning environment

CHANG, Naicheng and HSU, Hsuanyu Sheila (2019) Integrating action learning into information literacy instruction in a cross-disciplinary blended learning environment. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2019 - Athens, Greece - Libraries: dialogue for change in Session 207 - Information Literacy with Library Theory and Research.

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Abstract

Integrating action learning into information literacy instruction in a cross-disciplinary blended learning environment

The purpose of this action-based cross-disciplinary (library information literacy and library action service App) study is to link between classroom learning and service experience by integrating the four-stage service learning process and five-step problem-based learning into curriculum design. The study adopts a hybrid of qualitative and quantitative research approach to explore the effectiveness of innovation teaching in a flipped and online learning environment. The results support the design of the course successfully by cultivating students’ information literacy skills and their competence in problem-based learning and service learning in terms of self-growing, civic spirit, high-level critical thinking skills and collaborative learning.

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