Promoting reflective information literacy practice through Facilitating Information Literacy Education (FILE).

@article{Andretta2008PromotingRI,
  title={Promoting reflective information literacy practice through Facilitating Information Literacy Education (FILE).},
  author={Susie Andretta},
  journal={Health information and libraries journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={
          150-3
        }
}
A systematic review 1 recently published in this journal focuses on the topic of reflection. As the author, Maria Grant, states, ‘Reflection on practice can be a process through which individual learning can be achieved, and personal and professional knowledge can be acquired ...’ 1 p.164 Reflection can also be a method of evaluation and form part of evidence-based practice, as suggested by Booth. 2 p.130 

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