Defining moments: The role of information literacy in the 21st-century construct of education
Mark Donovan and Anne Zald from the University of Washington were asked to examine how the challenges posed by an information driven society demand a rethinking of higher education, as well as how instruction librarians and teaching faculty will be affected by institutional efforts to prepare active, critical, and information literate students.
Library and Information Science | Other Education
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Zald, A. E.,
Defining moments: The role of information literacy in the 21st-century construct of education. In Keith Grisham; Rosina Tammany; Randall Daier; Eric Owen; Heidi Mercado,
Information Literacy and the Technological Transformation of Higher Education (Library Orientation Series)
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