IL for lifelong learning: changing roles of library and information professionals in e-information era.

Jetty, Sridevi and Hopkinson, Alan (2010) IL for lifelong learning: changing roles of library and information professionals in e-information era. In: The "Proceedings of National Seminar"; "Information Literacy; Role of College Libraries". Excel Books, New Delhi. ISBN 9788174468147

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Abstract

Main purpose of any library is to collect information and make the information dissemination an easy process, main goal is to ensure that library users gain ready access to the information they need in a timely manner so that the information is not only collected but used appropriately. In this electronic information era there is need for designing proper information literacy programmes to help users make use of information to its maximum. In this paper we discuss about the overview of information literacy and role of Library and Information Professionals in dealing with information literacy.

Item Type:Book Section
Keywords (uncontrolled): Information, Literacy, ICT, Information society, Information skills
Research Areas:Library and Student Support
ID Code:3920
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Deposited On:02 Feb 2010 09:42
Last Modified:04 Feb 2013 13:05

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