Information literacy in LIS education: exploring the student view

  title={Information literacy in LIS education: exploring the student view},
  author={Charles Inskip},
  journal={Journal of Information Literacy},
  • C. Inskip
  • Published 25 November 2015
  • Education
  • Journal of Information Literacy
Theoretical and practical principles of information literacy (IL) are generally embedded into the wider course structure of Library and Information Studies (LIS) Master’s programmes. This paper discusses the findings of a qualitative thematic content analysis of library student exam answer texts, which provide a student view of whether it would be appropriate to designate a stand-alone module specifically for the delivery of these principles. The key concepts of IL are currently found embedded… 

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