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Information Literacy: Literacy Across STEM Areas

By Lavoris Martin

Abstract

Information Literacy: Literacy Across STEM Areas The question of “Literacy across STEM Areas” is an area that is very important to Librarians. As the providers of information, it is imperative that libraries are an integral part in the conversation of STEM. Research have shown that today\u27s scholars are overwhelmed with an abundant of information and data—throughout the research process. One of the ways that libraries and Librarians address this issue is through Information Literacy. Association for College and Research Libraries’ Information Literacy Standards for Science and Engineering/Technology (2012) states that information literacy has been an essential component in the core curricula of many of the science disciplines reinforcing information literacy goals from source selection, creation of effective search strategies, evaluation and dissemination of results. Discuss information literacy and technology integrated to engage learners and successful information literacy program across the curriculum

Topics: information literacy, technology, STEM, Curriculum and Instruction, Education, Information Literacy, Library and Information Science
Publisher: Digital Commons@Georgia Southern
Year: 2018
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu:gaintlit-2101

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