The National Forum on Information Literacy, Inc.

  title={The National Forum on Information Literacy, Inc.},
  author={Sharon A. Weiner and Lana W. Jackman},
  journal={College \& Undergraduate Libraries},
  pages={114 - 120}
The purpose of this column is to highlight information literacy activities that are occurring in organizations and institutions outside of libraries. Academic libraries have done much to advance information literacy in postsecondary institutions. Yet, much activity is also occurring outside of academic libraries in relation to information literacy. This column will feature some of those organizations and activities so that academic librarians may share information with them and develop new… 

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