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Metaliterate learning for the post-truth world

Author: Thomas P Mackey; Trudi E Jacobson; Troy A Swanson
Publisher: Chicago : ALA Neal-Schuman, 2019. ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Metaliteracy, Jacobson and Mackey's revolutionary framework for information literacy, is especially well suited as a tool for ensuring that learners can successfully navigate the proliferation of fake news, questionable content, and outright denialism of facts in today's information morass. Indeed, it is starkly evident that the competencies, knowledge, and personal attributes specific to metaliterate individuals  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas P Mackey; Trudi E Jacobson; Troy A Swanson
ISBN: 9780838917763 0838917763
OCLC Number: 1051042845
Description: xxvi, 230 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Empowering metaliterate learners for the post-truth world / Thomas P. Mackey --
The materiality of metaliteracy: a documentary approach and perspective for information and literacy practices in the post-truth era / Marc Kosciejew --
Inoculation theory and the metaliterate learner / Josh Compton --
Constructing scientific literacy through metaliteracy: implications for learning in a post-truth world / Allison B. Brungard and Kristin Klucevsek --
When stories and pictures lie together and you do not even know it / Thomas Palmer --
Teaching and learning with metaliterate LIS professionals / Nicole A. Cooke and Rachel M. Magee --
First, teach students to be wrong / Allison Hosier --
Fictional affect and metaliterate learning through genre / Jaclyn Partyka --
Poetic ethnography and metaliteracy: empowering voices in a hybrid theater arts course / Kimmika L.H. Williams-Witherspoon.
Responsibility: edited by Thomas P. Mackey and Trudi E. Jacobson ; foreword by Troy A. Swanson.


Examines the newest version of the Metaliteracy Goals and Learning Objectives, including the four domains of metaliterate learning, as well as the relationship between metaliteracy and the ACRL  Read more...
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