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Information literacy around the world.
Wagga Wagga, N.S.W. : Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, 2000
(OCoLC)604359279
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christine Bruce; Philip C Candy; Helmut Klaus; Queensland University of Technology. Information Systems Management Research Centre.; Charles Sturt University. Centre for Information Studies.
ISBN: 0949060887 9780949060884
OCLC Number: 44847507
Notes: "Sponsored by Information Systems Management Research Centre, Queensland University of Technology."
Description: xvi, 304 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Information literacy programs : people, politics and potential / Christine Bruce and Philip Candy (Australia) --
Meeting the needs of distance education students / Margaret Appleton and Debbie Orr (Australia) --
The development of Web-based programs to support information courses / Nancy Fjällbrant (Sweden) --
INFOLIT : a South African experience of promoting quality education / Cathy-Mae Karelse (South Africa) --
Developing information literacy programs in Singapore / Mark Hepworth (Singapore) --
Framing information literacy : the University of Ballarat experience / Natalie Radomski (Australia) --
Integrating information literacy : University of Wollongong experience / Lynne Wright and Catriona McGurk (Australia) --
Australian indigenous communities online / Mary Mortimer (Australia) --
Working towards an information literate law firm / Gayle Gasteen and Carmel O'Sullivan (Australia) --
Tools to assist physicians to manage their information needs / John Parboosingh (Canada) --
Mining in Cyberia : researching information literacy for the digital age / Philip Candy (Australia) --
Information literacy : a critical realist perspective / Alistair Mutch (United Kingdom) --
A theory of information literacy : in-formation and outward looking / Ross J. Todd (Australia) --
Exploring information literacy in the workplace : a process approach / Bonnie Wai-yi Cheuk (Singapore) --
Is there a relationship between information seeking and learning outcomes? / Louise Limberg (Sweden) --
Understanding scholarly and professional communication : thesauri and database searching / Helmut Klaus (Australia) --
Personal research information management : information literacy and the research student / Paul Genoni and Jan Partridge (Australia) --
Socio-economic status and information literacy in South Africa / Yusuf Sayed (South Africa) --
Learning together : staff development for information literacy education / Penny Moore (New Zealand) --
Some issues in assessing information literacy / Ralph Catts (Australia).
Series Title: Occasional publications / Charles Sturt University. Centre for Information Studies, no. 1.; Occasional publications (Charles Sturt University. Centre for Information Studies), no. 1.
Responsibility: edited by Christine Bruce and Philip Candy ; editorial assistance, Helmut Klaus.

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