Powerful Pedagogy: Teaching Techniques that Work
This presentation will describe an innovative approach to information literacy instruction developed through an IMLS National Leadership Research Grant. The instruction is driven by data gathered from first-year college students with below-proficient information literacy skills. Session participants will be introduced to the ASE Process Model. ASE is an acronym for both the process itself (Analyze, Search, Evaluate) and the means by which it was developed (Asking Students about their Experiences). Participants will also be shown how they can implement the ASE Process Model in various types of information literacy instruction in their home institutions.
Latham, Don and Gross, Melissa, "The ASE Process Model: An Evidence-based Approach to Information Literacy Instruction" (2013). LOEX Conference Proceedings 2011. 30.