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Title: Information Literacy and Lifelong Learning
Authors: Yuhfen Diana Wu
Issue Date: Apr-2006
Publisher: 國立台灣師範大學圖書資訊研究所
Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
Abstract: 資訊的爆發和全球化所帶來的競爭,對所有行業帶來極大挑戰,為了求生存並能進一步在全球化環境中運用自如,現代的學生必須具有資訊素養;圖書館員和教師能併肩合作,以幫助學生達此目標。本文探討聖荷西州立大學(San Jose State University) 圖書館員如何與教師合作,以期培養學生成為終身學習者,更進一步重點性地敘說部分圖書館員所設計的工具和學習計畫以加強學生資訊素養技能。
Information overload and global competition are among the most significant challenges to all professions. Students need to be information literate to survive not just in the workplace but also to excel in the global environment. Librarians can collaborate with teaching faculty to help achieve this goal. This article investigates how librarians at San Jose State University collaborate with teaching faculty in nurturing students for them to become lifelong learners. It also outlines programs and tools developed by librarians to help students enhance their information literacy skills.
Other Identifiers: 1B7E1861-03A9-2372-008F-DE977372084F
Appears in Collections:圖書館學與資訊科學

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