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Information Skills for Education Students


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Study Skills

January 2009 | 104 pages | Learning Matters
This study guide will help education students to locate, evaluate and make effective use of information, from what appears to be a growing and bewildering variety of sources. Both in and out of university, students are faced with increasingly diverse information choices. This book presents a practical and step-by-step approach to each of the six main skills which underpin information literacy. It also provides appropriate practical and reflective tasks, worked examples and top tips to help education students assess and develop their capacity to use information effectively, particularly in the planning and preparation of their course work.
 
Information skills in context
 
Recognising the need for information
 
Information seeking strategies
 
Locating and accessing information
 
Evaluating information
 
Presenting information in appropriate formats
 
Self-reflection and self-assessment
 
Conclusion

An informative publication to support students on the study skills programme. Clear explanation of skills required at HE level.

Miss Tracey Canham
Health Care And Early Years, Swindon College
May 17, 2015

A clear and concise publication that covers a good range of study related topics at an introductory level. I will be referring students to this text through the module

Mr Mark Tymms
Division of Youth & Community, De Montfort University
June 23, 2014

This text provides students with a summary of the key skills required to succeed at higher education, as well as providing strategies and checklists for application of said skills.

The text is accessible and easy to dip into.

Miss Lynne Sanders
Teacher Education, City College
November 28, 2012

A really useful guide for mature students who are returning to study after a break and who need to brush up on these essential study skills. Would highly recommend.

Mrs Allyson Goodchild
School of Education (Bedford), Bedfordshire University
July 22, 2012

This text is in support of developing professional skills for EY practice. It also suppports the students with using IT as part of their reflective diary.

Mrs Eleonora Teszenyi
School of Education (Park Campus), Northampton University
July 20, 2012

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Lloyd Richardson

Lloyd has spent over thirty years in secondary, tertiary and higher education, as a teacher, lecturer, researcher, course tutor and learning advisor. His most recent post has been Learning Support Co-ordinator at Bishop Grosseteste University College in Lincoln. More About Author

Heather McBryde-Wilding

Heather McBryde-Wilding is the Academic Support Manager for the School of Education at the University of Northampton. She is based in the Department of Information Services, which is a converged library and IT service. More About Author

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ISBN: 9781844451906
£17.99