A longitudinal study of changes in learners' cognitive states during and following an information literacy teaching intervention

@article{Walton2011ALS,
  title={A longitudinal study of changes in learners' cognitive states during and following an information literacy teaching intervention},
  author={Geoff Walton and Mark Hepworth},
  journal={Journal of Documentation},
  year={2011},
  volume={67},
  pages={449-479}
}
Purpose – This paper seeks to identify the changes in cognition associated with becoming information-literate, specifically, in relation to the evaluation of information. Additionally, it puts forward a model for a teaching and learning intervention that engages the learner and leads to higher order information literacy (IL) thinking. From a theoretical perspective the research integrates ideas from the fields of IL, teaching and learning, e-learning and information behaviour (IB). Design… CONTINUE READING
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