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inq_DentonInquiry4LifelongLearning

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Denton Inquiry 4 Lifelong Learning (DI4LL) is a collaborative project of the Denton Independent School District, Denton Public Library,
Texas Woman's University, and University of North Texas.

 

The collaborators on this project have a shared investment in lifelong learning in our community. Working together, we will focus our efforts on positively impacting the literacy of pre-kindergarten through graduate school learners by strengthening their opportunities for practicing the skills and strategies required to become effective users of ideas and information, producers of knowledge, and participants in the civic, social, and political spheres of our community, the nation, and the world.

 

 

This page tells more about this project.

 

Book Study:



Guided Inquiry Design: A Framework for Your School by Carol C. Kuhlthau, Leslie K. Maniotes, and Ann K. Caspari (Libraries Unlimited, 2012)
ISBN: 978-1610690096

 

To accomplish these goals, the DI4LL team applied for and received a cooperation grant for the Texas State Library and Archives Commission in September, 2013.

 

Our focus: Information Literacy Curriculum Plans


Sample 3rd, 8th, and 9th-grade  Lesson/Unit Plans using Guided Inquiry Design

 

Hashtag: #di4ll

 

Find out how to earn this badge (QR code no longer operable). School librarians who created peer-reviewed lesson plans using the template could earn this badge.

 

 

This project was made possible by grants from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services and Texas State Library and Archives Commission. (2014).

 

 

 

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