information literacy, one-shot instruction, teaching methodology, conditional knowledge
An online instructional framework, called “decision-based learning,” helps students learn to think like an expert through making a series of simple decisions that the expert has trained into his or her thought patterns. This framework is currently being tested in one-hour information literacy workshops for engineering and technology students. This lightning talk briefly describes the decision-based learning method and results of this study so far.
Original Publication Citation
Presented at the American Society for Engineering Education annual meeting, 16-19 June 2019, Tampa Florida USA.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Pixton, David, "Decision-based Learning for Info Literacy One-shots" (2019). Faculty Publications. 3196.
Harold B. Lee Library