Information and Work : Extending the Roles of Information Professionals

@inproceedings{KirkInformationAW,
  title={Information and Work : Extending the Roles of Information Professionals},
  author={Joyce Kirk}
}
The original impetus for the development of information literacy as both a concept and a dimension of information practice lies in schooling and more specifi cally in the development of information skills curricula and programs for students from kindergarten to senior secondary schools. Drawing primarily on the work of the British Library and the Schools Council in the United Kingdom (Marland, 1981) these curricula were developed in Australia in the late 1980's (see for example New South Wales… CONTINUE READING

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