Developing theory-based, practical information literacy training for adults

@article{Stern2010DevelopingTP,
  title={Developing theory-based, practical information literacy training for adults},
  author={C. Stern and Trishanjit Kaur},
  journal={The International Information \& Library Review},
  year={2010},
  volume={42},
  pages={69 - 74}
}
Teaching librarians seeking to educate people to be lifelong, information literate learners, often employ training sessions to introduce new skill sets to patrons. To create and deliver effective training, one must first understand how training differs from traditional education, how adults learn (andragogy) in different ways than do children, and how using instructional design can yield effective, low cost information literacy programs. A wealth of on-line, open source resources is available… Expand

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