Three Theoretical Perspectives on Information Literacy

@inproceedings{Limberg2012ThreeTP,
  title={Three Theoretical Perspectives on Information Literacy},
  author={Louise Limberg and Olof Sundin and Sanna Talja},
  year={2012}
}
The concept of information literacy refers to purposeful information practices in a society characterized by almost limitless access to information and where information practices in digital environments shape and constitute important elements in most people's lives in our part of the world. The meaning of the term information literacy varies according to the theoretical lens from which it is approached. Theoretical starting points are not always clearly stated in, for instance, information… CONTINUE READING

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