AASL means American Association of School Librarians. "Access(es)" means ability to obtain and to make use of. "Accurate" means conforming exactly to fact; errorless. "Assimilate" means to incorporate and absorb into the mind. "Bias(ed)" means a preference or an inclination, especially one that inhibits impartial judgment, or to influence in a particular, typically unfair direction; prejudice. "Collaboration" meansto work together, especially in a joint intellectual effort. "Cooperation" meansto work or act together toward a common end or purpose. "Credibility of authorship" meansreliable. "Embed(ded)" meansan integral part of the whole. "Format(s)" meansthe material form or layout of a publication; the arrangement of data. "Genre(s)" meanscategory of literature marked by a distinctive style. "Icon" meansan image; a representation. "Information literacy" meansthe ability to find and use information. "Ownership of information" meansexclusive right of any author, composer, or computer programmer to protect against unauthorized reproduction, display, performance, or translation of his/her original works. "Perspective(s)" meanspoint of view. "Proactively" meansacting in advance to deal with an expected difficulty. "Relevancy" meanshaving a bearing on or connection with the matter at hand. "Retrieve" meansthe process of accessing information from memory or other format. 210:15-3-173. Information literacy [REVOKED] (a) Standard 1: Inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge. (American Association of School Librarians [AASL], STANDARDS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY LEARNER)
Because these standards outline the skills our students will need for future success, they have been adopted as the PRIORITY ACADEMIC STUDENT SKILLS for Information Literacy with the permission of AASL.
Skills are the key abilities needed for understanding, learning, thinking, and mastering subjects (AASL).
Two organizations, the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) and the (P21), have each published a set of standards and/or frameworks for these recommended standards.
Self assessment strategies are reflections of one's own learning to determine that the skills, dispositions, and responsibilities are effective (AASL).
Responsibilities are common behaviors used by independent learners in researching, investigating, and problem solving (AASL).