There are numerous webinars about the ACRL Information literacy Framework, and often these are available as recordings after the webinar. To mention some of them (and giving embeds of 2 of them):
- Lori Townsend and Silvia Lu: Threshold Concepts and Information Literacy: This was an AMICAL Webinar (“AMICAL is an international consortium of American-model, liberal arts institutions of higher learning located outside the United States.”) https://youtu.be/FpyQa9W7Nuk
- There was a webinar introducing an ACRL book. The webinar was: ACRL Presents... “Teaching Information Literacy Threshold Concepts ” recorded at https://youtu.be/T1Hr-toTfgM The book is: Bravender, P., McClure, H. and Schaub, G. (Eds) (2015). Teaching Information Literacy Threshold Concepts: Lesson Plans for Librarians. ACRL. http://www.alastore.ala.org/detail.aspx?ID=11471
- ACRL DLS (Distance Learning SIG): The Research as Inquiry Framework in Distance Education Courses. Recording from November 12, 2015
- ACRL SLILC (Student Learning and Information Literacy Committee): Big Picture Theory and the Practical Classroom: Threshold Concepts and Information Literacy Instruction. Also recorded in November 2015.
I also can't resist mentioning a perspective on the framework using the Youtube Hitler meme (mainly because it mentions my name early on - look out for the reference to "Webber" - Bill Johnston and I had indeed taken a more constructive view of the Framework than did the ECIL (European conference on Information Literacy) invited speaker who is being alluded to). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pxs0PRkumHo