Monthly Archives: September 2013

ETL401 Blog task 3- ‘Information literacy is more than just a set of skills’

I thought of starting off by defining what information literacy means. It has become clear to me that information literacy has no one definition. However a definition that has helped to establish my thoughts is that of Abilock (2004) who defines information literacy as “a transformational process … Continue reading

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Blog Task 2: The role of the teacher librarian in regards to assessing information literacy and inquiry learning.

Every day in the last week a new student, who recently moved from an intensive english centre to our school, quite passionately has told me that I shouldn’t have to go to university to become a teacher librarian because all … Continue reading

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Activity: What differences are there in the definitions of information literacy?

It is clear from the readings in this module that there is no one definition that has been applied to information literacy. What is clear however is that our definition for information literacy is always changing with the times. The reading … Continue reading

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