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.
Academic librarians; Academic libraries; Academic libraries – Relations with faculty and curriculum; Information literacy – Study and teaching
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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