Critical Information Literacy for Cognitive and Social Justice

Critical Information Literacy Workshop Poster
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This workshop is designed to help you apply a critical lens to your research practices.

Consider diverse forms of knowledge creation and recognize historical value assignments to such knowledge, according to context. Engage in critical reflection of information privilege as way to advocate for social and cognitive justice. Learn to strategically seek out multiple voices and expand your worldview.

For useful discussion and a bit of a background on this topic, please consider viewing the following videos and making note of your reactions.  

Why is my curriculum white? - University College London (YouTube)

The danger of a single story - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (TedTalk)

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