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"...well organised and presented logically, and the case studies are helpful in understanding current trends...recommended for librarians working in health and public libraries who wish to gain insights into current and future trends in information literacy in the UK, Europe and US."--ALJ Online Reviews,August 1 2014
"With a U.K. focus, this book also looks at the leading role of the U.S. in the development of information literacy policy. Case studies and examples of good practice are included and discussed, drawn primarily from Europe, North America and Australasia; it also identifies examples from other countries."--LIS Trends blog, April 13, 2014
"...They describe the history of information issues in the UK; the formation of information literacy policy; and relevant policy documents from the library and information science profession and elsewhere in the US, Australia, and the UK. They argue that information literacy is important in early childhood education, with examples from the UK and other countries, and explore information literacy activity in various situations: the workplace as compared to higher education..."--ProtoView.com, February 2014Reseña del editor:
Summary: This book reviews the role of information literacy (IL) in developing employability skills, personal health management and informal learning from a variety of areas including: information policy issues, information usage and training needs and skills development. Early years education, lifelong learning and the role of IL in relevant organisations, including government departments, skills agencies, and professional bodies will also be considered. With a UK focus, this book also considers the leading role of the US in the development of information literacy policy. Case studies and examples of good practice are included and discussed, drawn primarily from Europe, North America and Australasia, also identified examples from other countries. Looks at value and impact and discusses policymaking and issues for the future. About the authors: ohn C. Crawford is a former trustee of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals. John is also the former director of the Scottish Information Literacy Project, and has published extensively in librarianship and history. He holds BA, MA, PhD, FCLIP and FSA (Scot) qualifications. Christine Irving is a freelance information professional and Research Fellow. She was researcher / project officer for the Scottish Information Literacy Project and now plays a key role in the Community of Practice - Information Skills for a 21st Century Scotland. Christine has authored and co-authored online information literacy material, a national qualification in information literacy and the accompanying assessment material, journal articles, conference papers and book chapters. She holds a BA (Hons) in Information Management and an MSc in Lifelong Learning and Development. Contents: PART 1 OVERVIEW; Background to information policy: a brief historical introduction; Information literacy policy within the wider context of information policy; Relevant policy documents both from within and beyond the LIS profession; Recognising information literacy as an early-years' issue; PART 2 SPECIFIC AREAS; The challenge of the work environment; The Scottish Government Library: a case study; Information literacy in health management: supporting the public in their quest for health information; Employability, informal learning and the role of the public library; Value and impact; PART 3 POLICYMAKING AND ISSUES FOR THE FUTURE; Review and issues for the future.
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