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ACSF Learning Level 3 Sample Activities


Personal(expressing identity)

  • Reviews own skills in relation to job selection criteria to clarify future study or training plan
  • Volunteers to learn a new skill in an area with limited prior knowledge 
  • Approaches trusted, more experienced colleague to act as a sounding board and mentor
  • Attends an information session and follows enrolment process for chosen course 

Cooperative(interacting in groups)

  • Works with a partner on a short research project
  • Participates in Quality Improvement processes in the workplace, considering the priorities and commitments of self and other members 

Procedural(performing tasks)

  • Uses subheadings to organise key information for a presentation 
  • Develops and uses personal organisation systesms such as files, notebooks, folders and checklists 
  • Lists references to be used for independent study

Technical (using tools and technology)

  • Demonstrates navigational pathway used to access information via the Internet
  • Learns how to use new software, e.g. spreadsheet package 
  • Interprets visual representations of information such as diagrams and illustrations and comments on the usfulness of thses to own learning

Systems (interacting in organisations)

  • Negotiates Professional Development plan aligned with personal workplace needs, and takes responsibility for organising the formal training component
  • Understands that domains ('.com', '.gov', '.net' etc) are relevant to the way information in communicated on the Internet
  • Approaches information professionals for assistance with information searches

Public (interacting with the wider community)

  • Identifies and evaluates several options for addressing a local community issue 
  • Seeks advice on how to make an insurance claim 
  • Participates in local community group, helping to identify goals, contraints and consequences, e.g. considers alternative action plans to address a local issue 

To achieve this level complete the following:

  • Compare your skills with job selection criteria to identify training needs
  • volunteer to learn a new skill in a new area
  • approach mentor to discuss your ideas
  • attend information session and follow enrolment process
  • work with partner on short research project
  • participate in quality improvement
  • use subheadings to organise information for presentation
  • develop and use organisation systems eg, files, notebooks, folders and  checklists
  • list references to be used for independent study
  • demonstrate navigational pathways used to access information online
  • learn how to use new software
  • interpret visual information and comment on whether it helps your learning
  • negotiate professional development and take responsibility to organise
  • understand difference between domains eg. .com, .gov
  • ask for assistance from information professionals
  • identify and evaluate options addressing local issue
  • seek advice on how to make insurance claim
  • participate in local community group