About this Module:
This module applies participant knowledge by developing a project, and the project results will be shared in the next module. Although participants will be working together in groups in the same space, the idea is to imagine how people might work together on a project when they are in different spaces, for example, when everyone returns to their respective communities. Each person in the group should provide input and contribute to the project.
- Module 1: Introduction to Mobile Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs)
- Module 2: A Mobile Lens on the Internet
- Module 3: Basic Web Searching via Mobile Devices
- Module 4: Working Online & Using Information via Mobile Devices
- Mobile Information Literacy project-based learning (putting all 4 previous modules together)
Objectives covered through the end of this module:
- Prepare a project using your newly-acquired mobile and digital information literacy skills and knowledge
How long does this module take?
3 hours (180 minutes)
Day, S. (2015). Mobile Information Literacy Curriculum Module 5 Guide: Putting It All Together. Seattle: Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies & the Technology & Social Change Group, University of Washington Information School.
mobile information literacy, information literacy, digital information literacy, digital literacy, mobile-centric, mobile-first, mobile phones, smart phones, Myanmar, ICTs, libraries, curriculum, training, training of trainers