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Overview of information literacy resources worldwide

By Jr. Forest Woody Horton

Abstract

Although the Information Literacy (IL) concept has been studied and promoted in various countries, resources and information on the basic concept, as well as its practice, have been spread and scattered widely, from many different types of sources, and in many different formats, applications and languages. In order to provide inclusive and multilingual IL resources for Library and Information Science professionals, teachers, researchers, and students, among others, this publication was designed to bring together IL contributions in forty-two languages from all of the different geographic regions around the world

Topics: Alfabetización informacional, Fuente de información, Internet
Publisher: UNESCO
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:localhost:123456789/2897
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