Information literacy, libraries and students’ experience of learning in Higher Education: review of research literature.
Study sponsored by Higher Education Academy/ SCONUL, Jan-June 2006.
UK academics’ conceptions of, and pedagogy for, information literacy. Sheffield University.
POPI:was a collaborative non-commercial venture between Imperial College London (ICL) and the City of Bradford Metroplitan District Council Library Service to develop an online learning programme for Information Literacy aimed at public libraries based on the instructional design principles created by ICL in their information literacy internal programme (ILIP). For further information about POP-i visit: POP-i
Untangling Spaghetti? The Complexity of Developing Information Literacy in Secondary School Students.
This project is looking at how a teacher and librarian in one school planned and supported the development of information literacy in a small group of students. This study has already provided useful insights and the final report will be available soon. Both these studies extend the empirical research conducted over a number of years by the research team, looking at The Impact of the School Library Resource Centre on Learning; The Use of Research by Teachers: information literacy, access and attitudes; and two literature reviews looking at the Impact of School Library Services on Achievement and Learning. More information on all projects can be found on the RGU Information Management Department’s research web pages.
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