Recent Trends in Information Literacy and Instruction

Arp, Lori; Woodard, Beth S.
December 2002
Reference & User Services Quarterly;Winter2002, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p124
Academic Journal
Focuses on several issues related to information literacy and instruction, as of 2002. Emergence of standards and guidelines in the field of instruction; Discussion on the changing definitions of information literacy; Impact of the digital age on teaching and learning.


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