|Author:||Donald A. Barclay|
|Title:||Teaching and Marketing Electronic Information Literacy Programs: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians (How-to-do-it Manuals for Libraries)|
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|ePUB size:||1463 kb|
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|Category:||Networking and Cloud Computing|
|Publisher:||Neal Schuman Pub (November 2003)|
How-to-do-it manuals for librarians: no. 124). ISBN: 10 -555700 -4700-0. The last section covers the management of a successful program: designing and equipping the electronic classroom; marketing instruction to administrators, faculty, and students; and, finally, assessing learning and instructional programs themselves. The annotated list of "Useful Resources for Information Literacy" points the reader to additional recent publications.
There is IT (information technology) literacy, cultural literacy, functional literacy, information literacy, voter literacy, work-related literacy, and probably many more. Some writers such as Witbooi1 state that these are just the application of basic literacy skills to particular spheres of interest. Witbooi presents a continuum on which the various gradations and applications of literacy can be placed. Meta-Learning for Professional Development. in Teaching Electronic Information Literacy: A How-to-do-it Manual Donald A. Barclay. How-to-do-it Manuals for Librarians, no. 53) New York, Neal-Schuman Publishers, 1995. p. 3. 4 Cropley, A. J. Lifelong Education: A Psychological Analysis. Oxford/Hamburg, Pergamon Press/Unesco Institute for Education, 1977.
Teaching Electronic Information Literacy book. Teaching Electronic Information Literacy: A How-To-Do-It Manual (How to Do It Manuals for Librarians). 1555701868 (ISBN13: 9781555701864). Serving Online Customers: Lessons for Libraries from the Business World. The Library Renovation, Maintenance, and Construction Handbook.
Flip to back Flip to front. Teaching Electronic Information Literacy: A How-To-Do-It Manual (How to Do It Manuals for Librarians) Paperback – November 1, 1995. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. leads the inculcative librarian through the steps necessary to develop a successful information literacy program. Series: How to Do It Manuals for Librarians. Paperback: 179 pages. Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub (November 1, 1995).
Teaching Electronic Information Literacy : A How-to-Do-It Manual. by Donald A.
Teaching and Marketing Electronic Information Literacy Programs : A How-to-Do-It Manual for Librarians. Select Format: Hardcover. It containes analyses, activities and mock exams designed around the pre-seen material issued by CIMA. ISBN13:9781555704704. Release Date:January 2003.
Being on literate means more than knowing how to bid for products on e-Bay or hanging out in chat rooms. Here is the teacher and librarian’s complete hands-on guide to making all aspects of electronic information literacy instruction a success. The Medical Library Association Consumer Health Reference Service Handbook: Introducing RDA: A Guide to the Basics-print/e-book Bundle. No Shelf Required: E-Books in ok Bundle. Inside, Outside, and Online: Building Your Library ok Bundle.
The authors show how to use the Internet to teach the Internet and also discuss basic equipment requirements and administration.
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