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Title: Towards information literacy indicators
Author(s): Catts, Ralph
Lau, Jesus
Editor(s): Information, Society Division Communication and Information Sector UNESCO
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Citation: Catts R & Lau J (2008) Towards information literacy indicators. UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). Information Society Division Communication and Information Sector UNESCO (ed.). IFAP: Information for All Programme, Document code: CI.2008/WS/1, Paris. UNESCO.
Keywords: information society
statistical data
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: UNESCO
Series/Report no.: IFAP: Information for All Programme, Document code: CI.2008/WS/1
Abstract: From summary: This paper provides a conceptual framework for the identification of indicators of information literacy (IL) and proposes a pathway for cost effective and timely development. The paper includes a definition of IL; a model that links information literacy with other adult competencies including Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skills; and a description of IL standards in education. Issues of IL equality and the implications of cultural diversity are identified.
Type: Research Report
Rights: © UNESCO For any updates to this publication, please go to UNESCO Publications:
Affiliation: Initial Teacher Education
University of Veracruz

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