Analyzing the Knowledge Practices of the ACRL Framework (Part IV)

Designer Librarian

I have to say, the “Research as Inquiry” frame is much better in terms of visible knowledge than the previous frames I analyzed.

Things to think about: In order to move the knowledge practices beyond the realm of traditional learning (and cognitive) processes, we have to look at the big picture. What does the cognitive process look like in practice? Not only at the end of a class or semester, but at the end of the student’s college career. How will it be cultivated within a community of practice that includes both students and mentors (e.g., librarians, scholars)?

Research as Inquiry

Knowledge Practice

IL Facet Knowing in Action

Instructional Strategies

Formulate questions for research based on information gaps or on reexamination of existing, possibly conflicting, information; Ways of Thinking; Problem Solving; Communication This is knowing in action when students verbalize or record their research questions (not as a single…

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