Information and IT Literacy: Enabling Learning in the 21st Century
Allan Martin, Hannelore B. Rader
Facet, 2003 - Computers - 284 pages
In the global context of escalating information-richness, the preparation of individuals to be effective information users - as learners, as employees and as citizens - is becoming an imperative. For a long time, it had been common to view IT literacy and information skills literacy from two different perspectives, but these are now converging in educational contexts as integrated IT-support and managed learning environments become the norm.
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