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The Electronic Library and Literacy
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New Directions for Higher Education Volume 78, ISSN 0271-0560

Abstract

Technological advances have changed our definitions of literacy and our ways of preparing academically literate individuals. Over four years, formal evaluation of a Cornell University (New York) library-based information literacy instruction program and experiments using different instructional models has increased understanding of the concept and teaching of information literacy. (Author/MSE)

Citation

Olsen, J.K. (1992). The Electronic Library and Literacy. New Directions for Higher Education, 78, 91-102. Retrieved July 7, 2020 from .

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