Global information literacy

Global information literacy

Information literacy on the global stage looks very different than it does in North America, and this issue of Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication invites those differences into the scholarship of information literacy. Information literacy exists beyond the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, adopted by the ACRL Board in 2016, and a few of the articles offer helpful critiques of the framework as a universalizeable tool for information literacy.

A contextual framework for primary education: fostering information literacy in Pakistan,An information literacy teaching model for Vietnam’s schools,Building Information Research Skills in the Pacific Region:The University of the South Pacific Initiative,Editorial,Global information literacy: a content analysis of three journals ,Information literacy assessment of incoming students in an information studies graduate program. ,Multi-lingual and multi-cultural information literacy; perspectives, models and good practice

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