THINK Systemically, ACT Strategically: Sustainable development of information literacy in the broader context of students' learning
Peacock, Judith A. (2006) THINK Systemically, ACT Strategically: Sustainable development of information literacy in the broader context of students' learning. In IATUL 2006: Embedding Libraries in Learning and Research, 22-25 May 2006, Faculdade de Engenharia Universidade do Porto, Portugal.
A challenge for educators is to fuse the learning of information literacy to an academic education in such a way that the outcome is systematic and sustainable learning for students. This challenge can be answered through long-term commitment to information literacy education bound to organisation-wide, renewable strategic planning and driven through systemic reform. This paper explores the process of reforming information literacy education in an academic environment, drawing on the experiences of one Australian university which has undertaken the implementation of a strategic, systemic approach to information literacy learning and teaching.
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