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  • E-ISSN2586-2073

대학생을 위한 정보문해 교수-학습 모형 개발 연구

A Study on Curriculum Design for the Information Literacy in Higher Education

정보관리학회지, (P)1013-0799; (E)2586-2073
2004, v.21 no.4, pp.67-88
https://doi.org/10.3743/KOSIM.2004.21.4.067
고영만 (성균관대학교)

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초록

새로운 지식 창조 활동으로서의 정보문해의 중요성에 대한 인식이 점점 높아감에 따라 미국, 영국, 호주와 뉴질랜드 등의 국가에서는 1990년대 후반부터 고등교육을 위한 정보문해 표준을 제정하였으며, 정보문해 과목을 일반 기초과정으로 개설하는 대학이 점점 늘어가고 있다. 본 연구에서는 대학도서관의 시설과 인력자원을 활용할 수 있는 일반 기초교육과정으로서의 교수-학습 모형을 구안하여 제시하였다. 이 교수-학습 모형은 북미대학도서관협회, 영국대학도서관협회, 호주뉴질랜드정보문해연구소의 정보문해 표준과 뉴멕시코 주립대학, 해이워드 캘리포니아 주립대학, 동인디애나 주립대학 등에서 정규 교육과정으로 개설되고 있는 정보문해 교육 모형을 토대로 개발되었다. 강의의 구성은 한 학기 16주 과정에 적용될 수 있도록 총 13개의 강의 모듈로 이루어졌다. 본 연구에서 개발한 교수-학습 모형의 만족도를 조사한 결과 평균치 이상의 값이 나왔다.

Abstract

Information skill, which means information technology skill and information handling skill, is related to the aims and processes of higher education as a knowledge creation activity. In this study, a curriculum design is proposed for the development of the information literate student. The framework of this curriculum derives form the US Information literacy standards for higher education 2000, the UK Information skills in higher education 2004, and Australian and New Zealand Information literacy framework 2004. The teaching plan and content is based on the information literacy programs of NMSU, CSU Hayward, and IUE. It is proposed that the development of the idea of information literacy requires a collaborative and integrated approach to curriculum design and delivery based on investigation of user's satisfaction with the curriculum.

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