The Digital Learning Environments to Promote Information Literacy in Higher Education: Designing and Instruction framework

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Click to edit Master text stylesThe Digital Learning Environments to Promote Information Literacy in Higher Education:Designing and Instruction frameworkThe 23rd International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2015)Hangzhou, ChinaAnucha SOMABUT, Ph.D.Sumalee CHAIJAROEN, Ph.D.Program of Educational Technology, Khon Kaen University, ThailandClick to edit Master text stylesOutlineIntroductionThe Purpose of ResearchMethodologyInformation literacy in higher education: Definitional IssueThe digital learning environmentsResearch resultGet started!123465Click to edit Master text stylesInformation Literacy Why Is It ImportantPeople in the 21st century live in a technology and media-driven environment, marked by various characteristics, including:1) access to an abundance of information, 2) rapid changes in technology tools, 3) the ability to collaborate and make individual contributions on an unprecedented scale.Why Is Information Literacy ImportantEffective citizens and workers of the 21st century must be able to exhibit a range of functional and critical thinking skills related to information, media and technology.Click to edit Master text stylesLearning Environments to Promote Information literacyCreate learning practicesSupport professional learning communities that enable educators to collaborateEnable students to learn in relevantAllow equitable access to quality learning toolsProvide 21st century architectural and interior designs for groupSupport expanded community and international involvement in learning123456Click to edit Master text stylesThe Purpose and MethodologyThe Purpose of Study To synthesize the theoretical and designing framework of the digital learning environments enhancing the information literacy in higher education.Research DesignThe developmental research Type I: Product and tools research (Richey and Klein, 2007) was employed in this study. Several methods were used such as document analysis, survey, and case study.Research Instruments1. The document examination and analysis recording form2. The evaluation form for expert review of the designing frameworkData Collection and Analysis 1) Synthesis of theoretical framework of the digital learning environments learning environment to enhance information literacy. The data were collected by analyzing principle, theories related research of the Constructivist theories, Cognitive constructivist theory, Information literacy framework, Web-Based learning environment theory and Technological theory. 2) Synthesis of designing framework: The above theoretical framework was taken into this process. The underlined theories such as, Cognitive theories, Problem solving transfer, Cognitive constructivist, Social constructivist, and the Constructivist learningClick to edit Master text stylesInformation literacy in higher education: Definitional Issue1) Access and Evaluate Information(1) Access information efficiently (time) and effectively (sources)(2) Evaluate information critically and competentlyThe higher education in the 21st century live in a technology and media-suffused environment, marked by various characteristics, including: 2) Use and Manage Information(1) Use information accurately and creatively for the issue or problem at hand(2) Manage the flow of information from a wide variety of sources(3) Apply a fundamental understanding of the ethical/legal issues surrounding the access and use of information.Click to edit Master text stylesThe digital learning environments base on constructivist theory Provision of the experience of the knowledge construction process; Provision of experience in and appreciation of multiple perspectives; Creation of learning tasks which are relevant and authentic; Encouragement of ownership and voice in the learning process; Encouragement of the development of multiple modes of representation; and Encouragement of self-awareness of the knowledge construction process.Constructivist learning environments, Lebav (1993) suggests, should have the following minimum requirements:Click to edit Master text stylesResearch result The theoretical framework of the digital learning environments to information literacy in higher education.Constructivist online learning environment to promote information literacy in higher education1. Constructivism- Cognitive constructivism - Social constructivism2. Information literacy framework 1. Web based learning environment 2. Constructivist learning model- OLEs Model- CLEs Model- SOI Model1. Web technology 2. Emerging technology3. Technology as cognitive tools1. Thailand higher education context2. Thai Qualifications Framework for Higher EducationClick to edit Master text stylesResearch result Designing framework for the digital learning environments to promote information literacy in higher educationCognitive structure and information literacy activateSupport for equilibrium of cognitive structure and information literacyEnhance for information literacyPromote and support equilibriumIt is illustrated the relationship between the underlined theories as follows: cognitive constructivist, OLEs Model, information literacy and the components of innovation which used Problem base.It is illustrated the relationship between the underlined theories as follows: cognitive constructivism, CLEs Model and the components of the digital learning environments which called Information Operations Centre.It is illustrated the relationship between the underlined theories as follows: cognitive constructivism, SOI Model, and the components of the digital learning environments Learning Resource.It is illustrated the relationship between the underlined theories as follows: cognitive constructivism, CLEs Model, OLEs Model and the components of the digital learning environments which Scaffolding, Collaboration, and Coaching.You can contact sanucha@kku.ac.th for more informationThank you for your attention

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