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Ways of Experiencing Information Literacy: Making
Ways of Experiencing Information Literacy: Making

Ways of Experiencing Information Literacy: Making the Case for a Relational Approach (Chandos Information Professional Series)

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Galleon Product ID 34778072
UPC / ISBN 184334680X
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Author Susie Andretta
Edition 1
Number Of Pages 240
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2012-08-20
Release Date 2012-08-06
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About Ways Of Experiencing Information Literacy: Making

This book has two aims: firstly to present an investigation into information literacy by looking at how people engage with information to accomplish tasks or solve problems in personal, academic and professional contexts (also known as the relational approach). This view of information literacy illustrates a learner-centred perspective that will be of interest to educators who wish to go beyond the teaching of information skills. The second aim of this book is to illustrate how the relational approach can be used as an investigative framework. As a detailed account of a relational study, this book will appeal to researchers interested in using the relational framework to examine pedagogical experiences from the learner’s perspective.Offers an investigation of the relational approach to examine information literacy from the perspective of the learner and the educator within diverse pedagogical conditions, both academic and professionalPresents concrete examples of measuring the impact of the information literacy experience through the application of newly developed information literacy practices to unknown situations (described as Transfer), or through the changes in the learner’s view of the world (described as Transformation)Written by an internationally known scholar and practitioner of information literacy