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|Other Titles:||Medical Students' Learning Process of Information Literacy|
Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
The main purpose of this paper was to in-vestigate the first two years’ medical stu-dents’ enhanced abilities regarding collecting, using, integrating information and transform-ing into written paper through taking the general education course titled” Information Literacy and Interdisciplinary Studies”. Three major findings in this study are: (1) Lacking the experience of interdisciplinary studies before entering the university, students had listed integrating diverse information into research paper as the top one item of learning content at the beginning of the course. Most of the students have attached more im-portance to the ability regarding the method of utilizing the library resources after completing their studies. (2) The enhanced abilities of students’ information literacy included: Using the concept mapping method to focus the research topic, having the intention to use diverse pattern of information, not only through the Internet, having more creative idea to try different searching strategies, and having the intention to integrate the appropriate visual or media resource to their oral and final written reports. (3) There were three factors that influence the learning outcomes. These factors included individual student’s intention of learning, the relationship between student population and collaboration, and the interaction frequency with the instructors through diverse dialogue channels.
|Appears in Collections:||圖書館學與資訊科學|
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