ICT Literacy in Statistics
ICT Literacy in Statistics
- Association of College & Research Libraries. (2008). Guidelines, standards, and frameworks. http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/
- Common Core State Standards and state content standards also refer to K-12 ICT competencies (sometimes listed as information literacy, digital literacy, media literacy, or research skills).
Key terms: mathematics, statistics, quantitative, data
- Academic Support Services/ Virtual Environments/ Disciplinary Content/Mathematics & Statistics
- Business/ Economics/ Mathematical and Quantitative
- Education/ TeacherEd/ Teaching Methods/ Mathematics
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Sciences and Technology/ Kinesiology/ Measurement and Evaluation
- Sciences and Technology/ Kinesiology/ Research Methods
- Social Sciences/ Psychology/ Statistics and Research Methods
- Academic Support Services/ ICT Literacy
- Academic Support Services/Library and Information Services
- http://libguides.library.umkc.edu/math University of Missouri at Kansas City math and statistics facts, research literature and journals, websites, citing and writing, and MAA NumberADay
- http://ucsd.libguides.com/data-statistics UC San Diego statistics, including finding datasets and statistics, frequently used statistics and data, statistical analysis software, text mining, and data APIs
- http://guides.library.cornell.edu/c.php?g=216114 Cornell University data and statistics including finding and citing data and statistics, and data/statistics resources by subject
- http://libguides.nps.edu/statistics Naval Postgraduate School statistics by topic: region, government and politics, military, business and economics, crime and justice, demographics, disaster and safety, education and health, science and technology, terrorism, transportation, religion
- http://libguides.gatech.edu/finddata Georgia Tech data finding: data versus statistics, databases, aggregators, government and NGO sources, websites, visualization and other data tools, research process
- http://guides.mclibrary.duke.edu/altmetrics Duke University altmetrics for researchers
- http://libguides.library.arizona.edu/PHX/SPSS University of Arizona SPSS guide
- http://libguides.lib.umanitoba.ca/statistics/engineering University of Manitoba engineering statistics and data, including research processes
- http://guides.lib.purdue.edu/statistics Purdue University statistics databases and articles, references, and organizations
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LEARNING ACTIVITIES IDEA STARTERS:
- Ask students to survey classmates about a topic of interest, and apply statistics to analyze data.
- Ask students to create a timeline of statistical science.
- Ask students to research the statistical aspects of another discipline such as psychology.
- Ask students to show various ways to visually present statistics about a topic.
- Ask students to research how international organizations such as UNESCO or NATO use statistics.
- Ask students to research how statistics impacts police work.
- Ask students to research how statistics is used in geopolitics such as climate change.
- Ask students to research intellectual property law (both copyright and patents/trademarks) as it applies to statistics. Ask students to interview personnel in different jobs that use statistics.
- Ask students to research the same statistical topic in two database aggregators (e.g., ABI/INFORM, Art Full Text), and compare the process and results.
- Ask students to analyze the impact of statistics on business (e.g., accounting, marketing, manufacturing, human resources).
- Ask students to research how data privacy and data security impact data collection and statistical analysis.
- Ask students to research the impact of technology on statistics.
- Ask students to research how sports uses statistics (e.g., Moneyball).
- Ask students to research the impact of statistics on technology.
- Ask students to create a statistics-based infographic.
- Ask students to create a graphic novel about a problem solved using statistics.
- Ask students to locate examples of misleading use of statistics.
- Ask students to create a flowchart showing how governments collect, analyze, present and act on data.
- Ask students to analyze statistics found in sports and other sections of newspapers.