Guidelines on Information Literacy for lifelong learning

Country
Mexico
Language
English
Source
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Author
Jesús Lau

These guidelines have been compiled by the Information Literacy Section (InfoLit) of IFLA with the aim of providing a pragmatic framework for those professionals who need or are interested in starting an information literacy program.

The guidelines will aid information professionals engaged in educational programs, i.e., basic and higher education, in their efforts to meet their current information needs.

Information skills are vital to the success of lifelong learning, employment, and daily interpersonal communication of any citizen, such as when a person needs information about health services for someone in his/her care, or a student requires specific information to complete an assessment.

http://www.ifla.org/files/assets/information-literacy/publications/ifla-guidelines-en.pdf
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Guidelines on Information Literacy for lifelong learning

Country
墨西哥
Language
英语
Source
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Author
Jesús Lau

These guidelines have been compiled by the Information Literacy Section (InfoLit) of IFLA with the aim of providing a pragmatic framework for those professionals who need or are interested in starting an information literacy program.

The guidelines will aid information professionals engaged in educational programs, i.e., basic and higher education, in their efforts to meet their current information needs.

Information skills are vital to the success of lifelong learning, employment, and daily interpersonal communication of any citizen, such as when a person needs information about health services for someone in his/her care, or a student requires specific information to complete an assessment.

http://www.ifla.org/files/assets/information-literacy/publications/ifla-guidelines-en.pdf
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Guidelines on Information Literacy for lifelong learning

Country
México
Language
Inglés
Source
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Author
Jesús Lau

These guidelines have been compiled by the Information Literacy Section (InfoLit) of IFLA with the aim of providing a pragmatic framework for those professionals who need or are interested in starting an information literacy program.

The guidelines will aid information professionals engaged in educational programs, i.e., basic and higher education, in their efforts to meet their current information needs.

Information skills are vital to the success of lifelong learning, employment, and daily interpersonal communication of any citizen, such as when a person needs information about health services for someone in his/her care, or a student requires specific information to complete an assessment.

http://www.ifla.org/files/assets/information-literacy/publications/ifla-guidelines-en.pdf
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Guidelines on Information Literacy for lifelong learning

Country
المكسيك
Language
الإنجليزية
Source
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Author
Jesús Lau

These guidelines have been compiled by the Information Literacy Section (InfoLit) of IFLA with the aim of providing a pragmatic framework for those professionals who need or are interested in starting an information literacy program.

The guidelines will aid information professionals engaged in educational programs, i.e., basic and higher education, in their efforts to meet their current information needs.

Information skills are vital to the success of lifelong learning, employment, and daily interpersonal communication of any citizen, such as when a person needs information about health services for someone in his/her care, or a student requires specific information to complete an assessment.

http://www.ifla.org/files/assets/information-literacy/publications/ifla-guidelines-en.pdf
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