Rethinking Information Literacy

Rethinking Information Literacy A Vision For The Future Of Information Literacy Teaching Based On Groundbreaking Research, Undertaken By The Authors As Part Of The Prestigious Arcadia Programme At Cambridge University, This Presents A New And Dynamic Information Literacy Curriculum Developed For The 21st Century Information Professional The Curriculum Adopts A Broad Definition Of Information Literacy That Encompasses Social As Well As Academic Environments And Situates IL As A Fundamental Attribute Of The Discerning Scholar And The Informed Citizen It Seeks To Address In A Modular, Flexible And Holistic Way The Developing Information Needs Of Students Entering Higher Education Over The Next Five Years Interweaving The Authors Research And The Reflections Of Internationally Recognised Experts From The Library, Education And Information Literacy Sectors, It Will Illustrate How And Why This New Curriculum Will Work In Practice Contributors Include Sarah Pavey, Boxhill School Andy Priestner, University Of Cambridge Geoff Walton, Staffordshire University Susie Andretta, London Metropolitan University Libby Tilley, University Of Cambridge This book is really well set out and easy to follow Full of very useful suggestions and ideas on how others run information literacy programmes Give it to your Head teachers

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Rethinking Information Literacy
  • Jane Secker
  • English
  • 06 August 2017
  • 1856048225