Purpose The purpose of this exercise is to explore the importance of Informatio

Purpose
The purpose of this exercise is to explore the importance of Informatio

Purpose
The purpose of this exercise is to explore the importance of Information Literacy.
Directions
Please write a blog post (2 paragraph minimum for each part) to reflect on your learning experience and how you applied or are planning to apply what you learned. Label your paragraphs by parts
Note: You will not see anyone’s post until you post first.
Blog Topic
There are two parts to this blog post. Complete all steps in each part.
Part 1: Watch video and demonstrate knowledge
Step 1: Watch the video: What is Information Literacy?

Step 2: Write your initial post to answer ALL the questions below:
1-When writing a research paper, what types of references are considered peer-reviewed and credible?
2-What types of references are not credible? Explain why these references are not credible.
-Blog organizational hints:
-Label Part 1, #2.
-Please include the question in your text.
Part 2: Apply knowledge and reflection
1-How does being information literate make your life easier with your academic studies? Recall an experience when you had to write an article or an essay.
2-Provide examples of situations where you believe Information Literacy skills can benefit you in your everyday life (outside of academic studies).
-Blog organizational hints:
-Label Part 2.
-When two questions/statements are presented, please address both.
-Please include the question in your text.
Grading
Tasks
Points

Part 1: Knowledge
12.5 points

Part 2: Reflection
12.5 points

Total
25 points

ITE152 Module 04: Reflection Blog – Information Literacy
ITE152 Module 04: Reflection Blog – Information Literacy

Criteria
Ratings
Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart1 Q1: When writing a research paper, what types of references are considered peer-reviewed and credible?
5 pts
Accurately Discussed Peer Reviewed and Credible
3 pts
Only discussed 1: of Peer Reviewed or Credible
0 pts
Did not discussed Peer Reviewed or Credible

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart1 Q2: What types of references are not credible? Explain why these references are not credible.
5 pts
Listed types of references credible. Explained why credible.
3 pts
Only discussed 1: Listed types of references credible. Explained why credible.
0 pts
Did not list Peer Reviewed Resources. Did not explain why.

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart1 Writing 2 paragraphs Full sentences Well formed paragraph
2.5 pts
Well Written
2 paragraphs Full sentences Well formed paragraph
1.5 pts
Writing needs improvement
One or more of the following not done well: -2 paragraphs -Full sentences -Well formed paragraph
0 pts
Did not complete Part 1
or writing needs work, recommend meeting with tutors.

2.5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart2 Q1: How does being information literate make your life easier with your academic studies? Recall an experience when you had to write an article or an essay.
5 pts
Answered HOW and provided an EXAMPLE
How does being information literate make your life easier with your academic studies? Recall an experience when you had to write an article or an essay.
3 pts
Did 1 of: Answered HOW and provided an EXAMPLE
How does being information literate make your life easier with your academic studies? Recall an experience when you had to write an article or an essay.
0 pts
Did not answer HOW and did not provide an EXAMPLE

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart2 Q2: Provide examples of situations where you believe Information Literacy skills can benefit you in your everyday life (outside of academic studies).
5 pts
Provided Examples (more than one)
Provide examples of situations where you believe Information Literacy skills can benefit you in your everyday life (outside of academic studies).
3 pts
Provided 1 Example
0 pts
Did not give an examples

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart2 Writing 2 paragraphs Full sentences Well formed paragraph
2.5 pts
Well Written
2 paragraphs Full sentences Well formed paragraph
1.5 pts
Writing needs improvement
One or more of the following not done well: -2 paragraphs -Full sentences -Well formed paragraph
0 pts
Did not complete Part 1
or writing needs work, recommend meeting with tutors.

2.5 pts

Total Points: 25

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