June 2000
Teacher Librarian;Jun2000, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p66
Academic Journal
Presents several abstracts of studies conducted regarding the teaching of electronic information literacy and information skills instruction. `Constructing Mental Model Paradigms for Teaching Electronic Resource,' by Julie Tallman and Lyn Henderson; `Evaluating Information: An Information Literacy Challenge,' by Mary Ann Fitgerald; `The Enchanted Imagination: Storytelling's Power to Entrance Listeners,' by Brian Sturm.


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