Participants used pc to find a definition of information literacy, explained how they found their definition on a Google form.
We used the responses on the Google form to create a Wordle or used Text is Beautiful to create this from the SCONUL seven pillars PDF or Wikipedia page (need min. 5000 characters or a Wikipedia page).
Polleverywhere used to seek answers to a question or to start a debate e.g. Do you agree with the statement “Google is white bread for the mind?” and display the results on screen.
Padlet wall of ideas that participants could add to during the workshop and then we could discuss the ideas they had put up. The wall could be turned into PDF and distributed
Respondents asked to create a lesson plan
Used Google forms to answer a brief assignment which took a scenario-based learning approach and asked participants to create a 250-400 word proposal for a fictional departmental meeting, on implementing a IL or Dl learning objective within a lesson, and identifying and attempting to find solutions to potential problems. Participants had 10 days to submit. Completed assignments were then distributed to the whole group after the submission date. So, participants gained a variety of proposals which they could reflect upon and compare.