Information Literacy: Liberal Education for the Information Age
Liberal Education Volume 79, Number 1, ISSN 0024-1822
The challenge for higher education today is to develop better ways to guide individuals through rapidly expanding old and new resources in their search for knowledge. This means helping undergraduates develop skills in information literacy, the effective seeking and packaging of information. (MSE)
Breivik, P.S. & Jones, D.L. (1993). Information Literacy: Liberal Education for the Information Age. Liberal Education, 79(1), 24-29.
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