Information Problem-solving: The Big Six Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction

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Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 156 pages
This volume reviews the concepts and skills necessary to all library and information skills instructional programs. Unique as an important contribution to library and information professionals, it is the follow-up to Curriculum Initiative. It presents the Big Six Skills discusses how to implement them. It includes curriculum offering an in-depth investigation of this powerful, yet simple, approach to integrated library and information skills instruction. The book begins with definitions and explanations of the Big Six Skills approach, moves to a discussion of implementation, and concludes with specific exemplary instructional units and lessons.

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About the author (1990)

Michael B. Eisenberg is dean emeritus and professor at the Information School of the University of Washington.

Robert E. Berkowitz is the library and information specialist at Wayne Central High School in Ontario Center, NY.

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