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A survey of digital information literacy of Faculty at Sambalpur University

By Champeswar Mishra and Bulu Maharana

Abstract

Information now plays a vital part in the lives of individuals, organizations, and institutions, and information literacy is the key to the optimum use of information. Digital media pose new challenges for individuals in collecting, organizing, accessing, evaluating, and using it. This survey presents the results of a survey of faculty, who were asked about their use of digital resources and their knowledge of searching for and evaluating these resource

Topics: L. Information technology and library technology, A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information., CE. Literacy.
Publisher: University of Nebraska - Lincoln Libraries
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.rclis.org:11035
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