Information Guru

Information Guru

In doing the silver badge activities, you explored the inquiry process by yourself. Now, it’s time to put theory into practice and have your students work on developing their information literacy skills through project based learning.

The main objectives of the gold badge are to:

  • to implement a lesson that integrates information literacy into the curriculum
  • use various online tools and apps to support your students’ inquiry and project based learning

You may want to earn the bronze level and silver level badges before proceeding, if you haven’t already.

To begin your journey, click here.

Information Guru

Information Guru

Now that you have explored the inquiry process and know what information literacy entails, you will now have the opportunity to experiment with the process first hand.

The main objectives of the silver badge are to:

  • explore the pedagogy and best practices that we can use to integrate information literacy into the curriculum
  • identify various online tools and apps that we can use in inquiry and project based learning

You may want to earn the bronze level badge before proceeding, if you haven’t already.

To begin your journey, click here.

Information Guru

Information Guru

Every day, we search the Internet to find information. It might be to do research for a school project or find the best deal on purchasing a cell phone plan. How effective are we at finding credible and reliable information? The Information Guru Bronze Badge will allow you to familiarize yourself with the strategies that can be used to find information that you can trust.

The main objectives of this badge are:

  • to understand what the term Information Literacy means and what it means to be Information Literate.
  • to become familiar with The Inquiry Process that is a road map for finding information.

To begin your journey, click here.

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