Establishing Twenty-First-Century Information Fluency

Sharkey, Jennifer; O'Connor, Lisa
September 2013
Reference & User Services Quarterly;Fall2013, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p33
Academic Journal
The article discusses the role of the library in establishing and building 21st-century information literacy, particularly commenting on the role of technology in daily lives. It addresses misconceptions about the level of technological fluency, successfully integrating information fluency into the educational curriculum, and the use of technology to support learning environments.


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