Information Literacy, ICT, High School, and College Expectations

Allen, Susan M.
May 2007
Knowledge Quest;May/Jun2007, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p18
Academic Journal
The article presents the author discussion on the status of information literacy (IL) skills among the middle school students in the U.S. She discusses her investigation regarding the school community definitions of IL and their teaching practices. She found that many educators have limited view of IL and the best practice model of teaching IL still does not yet exist.


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