Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Edith Cowan University

Faculty

Computing, Health and Science

School

Computer and Security Science

RAS ID

3828

Comments

This article was originally published as: Combes, B. (2005). From smorgasbord to satisfying meal: An holistic approach to information literacy and lifelong learning. Proceedings of TILC Transforming Information and Learning Conference. (pp. 95-107). Perth. ECU. Original article available here

Abstract

Educators have long recognised the potential offered by technology as a tool for learning. However, there have been few attempts to provide teachers in the classroom with a framework that assist them to embed technology into curriculum programs in a pedagogically sound manner. This paper details the development and implementation of a module of online curriculum developed for Year Eleven Food Technology (sixteen years of age) students. The module was developed using a framework (CLEO - Curriculum Learning and Education Online) that embeds learning technologies, utilises industry partnerships, has cross curriculum outcomes, scaffolds information literacy skills development and was the result of a working partnership between the Teacher Librarian and a teacher.

 
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