Empowering the Information User: New Ways Into User Education

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Library Association Publishing, 1998 - Information retrieval - 76 pages
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Most librarians and information professionals find themselves involved in teaching information skills to users. Few have been prepared for it through their professional education which leaves many new librarians thrown in at the deep end with little or no training in this area.

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Contents

Who are these people? Identifying user groups and their needs
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What do you want the users to achieve? Analysing and devising
17
What is going to be in the scheme? Designing the content
29
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