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Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age

1998

by Kathy Spitzer with Michael B. Eisenberg and Carrie A. Lowe

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Defining Information Literacy
Visual Literacy
Media Literacy
Computer Literacy
Network Literacy
Summary

Chapter 2: The Evolution of a Concept
Development of National Importance
National Forum on Information Literacy (NFIL)
Development in K-12 Education
Information Power
Development of Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning

    Category I: Information Literacy Standards
    Category II: Independent Learning Standards
    Category III: Social Responsibility Standards

Canadian School Libraries
Development in Higher Education
Establishment of the Institute For Information Literacy
Accreditation
Support for Information Literacy From the Field of Education
Resolution on Information Literacy
Information Literacy Embraced Around the World

    Namibia
    South Africa
    England
    Australia
    Canada
    Finland

Summary

Chapter 3: Information Literacy Research
Examining the Themes

    Theme 1: The Nature and Scope of Information Literacy
    Theme 2: The Value of Information Literacy
    Theme 3: Teaching Library and Information Literacy Skills Effectively

Conclusion-Information Literacy as a New Way of Thinking
Summary

Chapter 4: An Economic Perspective
The SCANS Report
Summary

Chapter 5: K-12 Education: Information Literacy in the Context of National and State Standards
National Education Goals
National Education Goals Passed as Legislation
A Study to Examine the Information Literacy Aspects of the National Education Goals
National Subject Matter Association Curriculum Standards
States Recognize the Importance of Information Literacy
Combining Information Literacy and National Content Standards

    Minnesota's Inquiry Process
    Oregon Common Curriculum Goals

Summary

Chapter 6: K-12 Education: Restructuring and Information Literacy
Resource-based Learning
Authentic Learning
Problem-based Learning
Work-based Learning
Assessment of Information Literacy Skills

    Portfolio Assessment
    Research and Learning Logs
    Rubrics

Summary

Chapter 7: K-12 Education: Information Literacy Efforts
Bellingham Schools (Bellingham, Washington)
KidsConnect
California Technology Assistance Project - Region VII
Project SCORE History Social Science
Pleasant Ridge School (Glenview, Illinois)
Northeast Elementary School (Ithaca, New York)
Port Hope High School (Ontario, Canada)
Forest Creek Elementary School (Round Rock, Texas)
Mt. Laurel Hartford School (Mt. Laurel, New Jersey)
Kindred Public School (North Dakota)
Information Literacy at Home
Summary

Chapter 8: Information Literacy in Higher Education
Information Literacy Instruction

    Stand-alone Courses or Classes
    Online Tutorials
    Workbooks
    Course-related Instruction
    Course-integrated Instruction

Information Competencies

    California State University System

Information Competence: A Set of Core Competencies
State University of New York System

    SUNY Council of Library Directors Information Literacy Initiative Committee:
    Information Literacy Competencies

University of Massachusetts System
University of Arizona
Summary

Chapter 9: Technology and Information Literacy Technology in K-12 Schools
Two Approaches to Technology Education

    Technology as the Object of Instruction
    Technology as an Integral Tool: The Process/Skills in Context Approach

Technology in Higher Education
Technology for Information
The Benefits of Information Technology
Summary

Chapter 10: Information Literacy: The Future and the Past
Where Will We See Information Literacy Efforts Expand in the Future?

    Public Libraries
    Adult Education
    Company Education Programs

Summary

Conclusion: A Look Back