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Information Literacy in an Information Society: A Concept for the Information Age
Christina S. Doyle. Traces the history of the development of the term information literacy & discusses the emergence of information literacy as a significant organizing theme for contemporary society. A number of educational reforms calling for changes in approaches to learning are used to support this discussion. Reports on the National Educational Goals (1991) (also known as America 2000 or Goals 2000) & the Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) Report (1991) are included. Chapters: introduction on information literacy; concept evolution; information literacy in context; & assessment & reform. References.
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