This book provides an up-to-date guidebook for anyone wishing to develop their knowledge, understanding and delivery of information literacy in all aspects of lifelong learning.
Thisbook explores the landscape of information literacy (IL) theory and practice,providing an up-to-date guidebook for anyone wishing to develop theirknowledge, understanding and delivery of IL inall aspects of lifelong learning.Frompoliticians and policy makers through funders and education providers tocultural heritage organizations, employers, community groups and socialactivists there is a growing awareness of the impact of digitization onengagement with information. Beginning with a recenthistory of IL to give context, Theory andPractice of Information Literacy then provides a detailed review oftheoretical models and practical approaches using real life examples from thewide information landscape.Thisbook will examine key issues around information literacy from an academic andprofessional perspective, and will:provide a detailed understanding of the theory andpractice of information literacy and associated areasidentify and discuss the challenges presented by thelifelong learning nature of IL in a digital worldenable the development of appropriate skillsets oflibrary and information professionals as centralplayers in the delivery of IL in education, workplace and society.Thisbook will be a core textbook for library and information studies students anduseful reading for library and information professionals; other professionalservices (including cultural heritage, careers, e-learning, teaching andlearning, adult education providers, ICT); and wider stakeholders (policymakers, funders) seeking to engage with the debates around informationliteracy.color:#212121">
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