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Indigenous Library and Information Technology (iLIT) program is designed on the principles of portable stackable credentials, linked and experiential learning. The presentation outlines the modules and appreciates the instructors and presenters involved in shaping training opportunities for indigenous communities, Please view the attached presentation, share and post your comments.

Indigenous Library and Information Technology (iLIT) program is designed on the principles of portable stackable credentials, linked and experiential learning. The presentation outlines the modules and appreciates the instructors and presenters involved in shaping training opportunities for indigenous communities, Please view the attached presentation, share and post your comments.

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  1. 1. Introduction to Indigenous Library and Information Technology Program (iLIT) June 2015 by Manisha Khetarpal Make your own path!
  2. 2. Outline • Background • Development of the prerequiste course iLIT 101 • Next course delivery: June 15-16, two days • Deliverables and pathways Make your own path!
  3. 3. Background Make your own path!
  4. 4. Background • Need for indigenous library training program • Why is Maskwacis Cultural College taking the lead? • Traditional values • Foundation of portable stackable credentials, competency based and linked learning • Learning about indigenous worldviews for the non indigenous people working with indigenous communities Make your own path!
  5. 5. Need for training indigenous workforce • Alberta has 140 reserves and 45 First Nations • Only 1 public library on a First Nation in Alberta • 6 tribal colleges in Alberta • 9 school libraries in Maskwacis without professionally trained indigenous library staff • Only a couple of indigenous librarians in Canada Make your own path!
  6. 6. How is the program geared towards the needs of indigenous communities? • Content and context is indigenous • Language, culture, history & tradition infusion • Indigenous instructors experienced in providing training to indigenous populations • Elders • Sharing circles as an instruction method • Continuous intake, Stackable credentials • Hands on apprentice Make your own path!
  7. 7. How is Maskwacis Cultural College a leader for training indigenous librarians? • By Indigenous people and people working with indigenous communities • Indigenous worldview context as mindset • Indigenous content as learning material • Indigenous writers • Sharing Circles • Culture Camps • Field trips • Role models • Oral story telling tradition • Mentor network • Offered First Nations Library Service Without Borders, 2014 Make your own path!
  8. 8. Indigenous Library and Information Technology certificate program (iLIT) Main poles and core courses Make your own path!
  9. 9. Foundation • Portable stackable credentials or credits allow a student to quickly achieve industry certification at a community college that leads direct to employment. Typically, these programs are geared toward adult learners with schedules more open to individuals with jobs and families. Source: http://www.jff.org/publications/portable-stackable-credentials-new-education-model-industry-specific-career-pathways • Competency-based education is an "educational process or program that measures students' knowledge, skills, and experience through assessments instead of, or in addition to, measuring their credit or clock hours." The "competencies," or skills and knowledge that students must demonstrate, will depend largely on the program of study, but may include concepts such as problem solving, conflict management, and presentation skills. Source: Keeping Up With... is an online current awareness publication from the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) • Hands on apprentice and mentors provides workplace experience and support. • Linked relevant learning means related to needs of the individual, families and the communities – Make your own path! • 13 hours of learning time = 1 college credit = $190 tuition Make your own path!
  10. 10. Development of the Prerequiste course Make your own path!
  11. 11. Development of prerequisite course • iLIT 101 course: Introduction to Libraries and Indigenous Knowledge • Entry level requirements: Grade 10 • Pilot delivery: April 28, 2015, 9 am to 4 pm • Class time: Focus on values, types of libraries and their services and statement of inclusiveness • Mode of delivery: Face to face, eLearning lab time, experiential learning via field trip & assignments • Project work: Field trip to a library, Interview a librarian, Indigenous writers profile, and How will iLIT benefit me, my family and my community? Make your own path!
  12. 12. Development of Prerequisite course • Course design: Six modules • Guest presenters and instructors • Mentoring and Field trips • Next course delivery: June 15-16, two days Make your own path!
  13. 13. Six Modules 1. Introduction to libraries, collections and indigenous knowledge architecture 2. Introduction to services, organization and access points 3. Connecting with vendors and relationship development 4. Indigenous perspectives and success 5. Introduction to provincial, regional, local libraries and information resources 6. Introduction to school, college, university libraries, special libraries and information resources Make your own path!
  14. 14. MODULE 1: Introduction to libraries, collections and indigenous knowledge architecture 1.1 Types of Libraries: Past, Present and Future 1.2 Library organization and terminology guide 1.3 Library collections 1.4 Role of library technicians, librarians and role models • Instructors: Amir Feridooni and Manisha Khetarpal Make your own path!
  15. 15. Introduction to libraries Make your own path!
  16. 16. MODULE 2: Introduction to services, organization and access points 2.1 Information Services 2.2 Online databases, periodical indexes and journals such as Windspeaker 2.3 Classification Systems example Brian Deer Classification 2.4 Library catalogues and records 2.5 Introduction to ebooks and library technology • Instructors: Nancy Goebel and Amir Feridooni Make your own path!
  17. 17. Ebooks,technology and Makerspace Make your own path!
  18. 18. MODULE 3: Connecting with vendors and relationship development • Vendor curriculum: Thinkmap, Inc. the makers of The Visual Thesaurus and Vocabulary.com. • Mode of Delivery: Webinar • Learning about cultivating, nurturing relationships and negotiations • Instructor: Peter Griffin Make your own path!
  19. 19. Webinar Make your own path!
  20. 20. MODULE 4: Indigenous Perspectives and Success • “Making Them Into Nice White Kids”: Residential institutions, Education, and Indigenous Resistance in the Inuvik Region, Northwest Territories, 1950s to 1996 by Crystal Fraser, PhD Candidate • Student Success: Marilyn Roan, Social work degree program student sharing a variety of methods she used for her research – Primary and Secondary sources • Role Models: Indigenous librarians Make your own path!
  21. 21. University of Alberta, PhD Candidate Make your own path!
  22. 22. Student Marilyn Roan sharing her information journey using primary and secondary sources Make your own path!
  23. 23. Role Model, Academic Library Make your own path!
  24. 24. MODULE 5: Introduction to provincial, regional, local libraries and information resources • Examining provincial, regional, local libraries systems , information resources and training • Panel presentation: Ken Feser from Public Library Services Branch-Government of Alberta, Ron Sheppard from Parkland Regional Library System and a local library. Make your own path!
  25. 25. Public Library Services Branch Make your own path!
  26. 26. Regional Library System Make your own path!
  27. 27. MODULE 6: Introduction to school, college, university libraries, special libraries and information resources Panel Presentation: Sandra Lee from Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Jessie Loyer from Mount Royal University, Nancy Goebel from Augustana Campus, Wendy Whitehouse from Samson School Division and a law librarian Make your own path!
  28. 28. Academic library services Make your own path!
  29. 29. Academic library services Make your own path!
  30. 30. Most Relevant Module! Make your own path!
  31. 31. Lunch n learn Make your own path!
  32. 32. Conversation and networking Make your own path!
  33. 33. UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People Make your own path!
  34. 34. Librarians networking Make your own path!
  35. 35. Instructors and Presenters Make your own path!
  36. 36. Instructor and Presenter Ken Feser is a Library Consultant with the Public Library Services Branch of Alberta Municipal Affairs. He has fifteen years experience in the public library environment. Ken lives in Sherwood Park, Alberta with his wife Michele, who is also a public librarian. Make your own path!
  37. 37. Instructor and Presenter Ron Sheppard has been the Director of Parkland Regional Library system (PRL) since 2005. He holds a Master's degrees in library science, and a Master's degree and undergraduate degree in history. At the provincial level, Ron is currently the Vice-Chair of The Alberta Library (TAL) and has served on the Standing Committee of the Alberta Public Library Electronic Network (APLEN) where he also served as that committee's chair. Ron has been involved in many projects dealing with resource sharing, interlibrary co- operation, and inter-institutional support conducted through both TAL and PRL. Make your own path!
  38. 38. Instructor and Presenter Peter Griffin received his BA. in History from Vassar College and his MS.Ed. from Bank Street College of Education in the Museum Education program. Since 1996 he has worked in the classroom as program administrator and curriculum developer in educational and social service settings having worked for LaGuardia Community College, Harvard University's Project Zero, The New-York Historical Society, New York University, The Indie Programs, and Amplify Insight. He is currently Director of Professional Development for Thinkmap, Inc. the makers of The Visual Thesaurus and Vocabulary.com. Make your own path!
  39. 39. Instructor and Presenter Nancy Goebel is Head Librarian of the Augustana Campus Library of the University of Alberta (Camrose, AB, Canada). Nancy's strong interest in Information Literacy has led her to spearhead: fourteen annual "Information Literacy in Academic Libraries" workshops featuring high-profile international speakers; the creation of Information Literacy awards for students and faculty; the production of the DVD It Changed the Way I Do Research Period: Augustana Talks Information Literacy; credit-bearing discipline-specific Information Literacy courses, the open source Information Literacy assessment software WASSAIL, a Personal Librarian for Aboriginal Students Program and the offering of the Augustana human library each academic term. Make your own path!
  40. 40. Instructor and Presenter Sandra Lee is the Academic Chair for Library Information Technology at SAIT Polytechnic. After completing an MLIS at UBC, she worked as a Youth Services Librarian and Multimedia Centre Manager at Richmond Public Library. After a brief time at North Vancouver City Library, she moved to Hong Kong and taught Library Studies courses for Technicians, BEd and MSc students. Relocating back to Canada was difficult but when she landed in Victoria, BC, she found very rewarding work at a Health Research network and in an academic library in a small private, for-profit University. Coordinating online conferences for yourschoollibrary.org brought Sandra together again with International colleagues in school libraries. Between 2007 and 2010 several virtual conferences were held to discuss the future of libraries, the school inside the library, information literacy and reading. Now at SAIT, she is back where her heart is: post-secondary library education. Her research interests include information literacy, reading research and adult learners. Make your own path!
  41. 41. Instructor and Presenter Amir Feridooni joined the Regina Public Library in January 2014 as E-Services Manager from Halifax. He holds a Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS), Master of Health Informatics and a Bachelor of Computer Science from Dalhousie University. Amir has held Faculty Liaison and Instructional Designer positions at Faculty of Medicine, and taught Information Management and Computer Applications as a part time lecturer at Dalhousie University. His areas of expertise are: eLearning, Distance Education, Information Literacy, Information Management, Technology, and Communications. Make your own path!
  42. 42. Indigenous librarian role model Jessie Loyer is Cree-Métis and a member of Michel First Nation. She is a librarian at Mount Royal University, where her liaison areas are Math, Physics, and Indigenous Studies. Make your own path!
  43. 43. Field trips Make your own path!
  44. 44. Library field trips • Prior: Edmonton Public Library, Red Deer College Library and Calgary Public Library. Mentor match for students based on interests of student and mentor survey • During: Focus on the departments of the libraries based on the interest of students or knowledge exchange with Montana State University, Tribal College Librarians Institute • After: Interest of student and mentor survey • Shape field trips after the mentor surveys • Include all types of libraries: school, public, academic, archives, and special Make your own path!
  45. 45. Field trips sites in Maskwacis • Strathacona County Book Mobile visits Maskwacis College on May 20th • Ermineskin, Samson, Louis Bull and Montana school Libraries • Maskwacis Cultural College Library • Samson Archives Make your own path!
  46. 46. Deliverables and Pathways Make your own path!
  47. 47. Deliverables and Pathways • eLearning institute, March 13 • Prerequisite course iLIT 101 pilot with ten students, April 28 • Programs & Project Management, iLIT 104, Experiential learning – Human Library, April 27 – Loonie BBQ, May 20 – Programming for Indigenous Communities, June 15 • Librarians serving indigenous populations conference, April 15, 2016 Make your own path!
  48. 48. iLIT class of 2015 is the future library leaders Make your own path!

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