The road to information literacy : librarians as faciliators of learning / edited by Roisin Gwyer, Ruth Stubbings, and Graham Walton.

Information literacy has been identified as a necessary skill for life, work and citizenship - as well as for academic study - for all of us living in today's information society. This international collection brings together practitioner and research papers from all sectors of information work...

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Corporate Authors: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning Section., International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Information Literacy Section.
Other Authors: Gwyer, Roisin (Editor), Stubbings, Ruth (Editor), Walton, Graham (Librarian) (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter Saur, [2012]
Series:IFLA publications ; 157.
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Summary:Information literacy has been identified as a necessary skill for life, work and citizenship - as well as for academic study - for all of us living in today's information society. This international collection brings together practitioner and research papers from all sectors of information work. It includes case studies and good practice guides, including how librarians and information workers can facilitate information literacy from pre-school children to established researchers, digital literacy and information literacy for citizens.
Item Description:Selection of papers prepared for the Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning Section and the Information Literacy Section satellite conference that took place in Tampere, Finland, August 8-10, 2012, preceding the World Library and Information Congress of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) held in Helsinki, August 11-17, 2012.
Physical Description:343 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:9783110280845
3110280841
3110281007
9783110281002
ISSN:0344-6891 ;