Paul T. Corrigan, Ph.D., has taught literature, composition, and creative writing in higher education for over a decade. Paul has published work on teaching and learning in Pedagogy, Profession, Reader, The Chronicle of Higher Education, TheAtlantic.com, and many other venues. More information at paultcorrigan.com.
What is Empathetic Information Literacy? Empathetic Information Literacy is a method of information literacy that consists of five moves: Pausing before accepting or rejecting a claimAsking questions about the claim, especially about whether it's trueCaring about the people involvedChecking the accuracy of the claim through credible sourcesActing on what you learn The goal of Empathetic Information Literacy is to better...
Published on Aug 27th 2021