Sociocultural Learning Theories and Information Literacy Teaching Activities in Higher Education

@inproceedings{Wang2007SocioculturalLT,
  title={Sociocultural Learning Theories and Information Literacy Teaching Activities in Higher Education},
  author={Li Wang},
  year={2007}
}
This article introduces collaborative learning models based on sociocultural learning theories and discusses their potential for developing more effective learning opportunities in information literacy teaching. As described in the research of Vygotsky and other theoreticians, sociocultural learning theories are learner-centered and provide insight into collaborative approaches to student learning. These theories take into account the social and cultural aspects of acquiring knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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