Situated Learning and Open Pedagogy: Pathways for Undergraduate Students' Emerging Information Literacies

Undergraduate students worked closely with the lead faculty member and faculty librarians to transcribe a 17th century family recipe manuscript from the Folger Shakespeare Library’s Dromio transcription portal. Guided by open educational practices and situated learning, students engaged in authentic inquiry, contributions to public knowledge, legitimate participation in scholarly communities of practice, and the emergence of multiple sophisticated information literacies.

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Work Title Situated Learning and Open Pedagogy: Pathways for Undergraduate Students' Emerging Information Literacies
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Creators
  1. Christina Riehman-Murphy
Keyword
  1. open educational resources
  2. OER
  3. Undergraduate research
  4. educational theory
  5. situated learning
License CC BY 4.0 (Attribution)
Work Type Part Of Book
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  1. Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL)
Publication Date August 2022
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  1. English
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  1. Intersections of Open Educational Resources and Information Literacy
Deposited July 19, 2022

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    • Undergraduate students worked closely with the lead faculty member and faculty librarians to transcribe a 17th century family recipe manuscript from the Folger Shakespeare Library’s Dromio transcription portal. Guided by open educational practices and situated learning, students engaged in authentic inquiry, contributions to public knowledge, legitimate participation in scholarly communities of practice, and the emergence of multiple sophisticated information literacies.
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