The Internet and Information Skills ePub download
by James E. Herring
- ISBN: 1856044939
- ISBN13: 978-1856044936
- ePub: 1301 kb | FB2: 1900 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Software
- Publisher: Facet Pub (May 1, 2004)
- Pages: 224
- Rating: 4.6/5
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by James E. Herring (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1856044936.
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Publication Date: 15/12/2003. What's in the Box? 1 x The Internet And Information Skills.
Publication Date: 15/12/2003. Increasingly, both teachers and school librarians recognize that information literacy is a key skill needed by today's pupils, who are tomorrow's workers in the knowledge economy.
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Improving Students' Web Use and Information Literacy: A Guide for Teachers and Teacher Librarians.
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It does this by focusing on the knowledge and skills needed by teachers and teacher librarians to be information literate web users and to develop these abilities in their students. It then focuses on using Web . tools to create learning resources for students which will develop them as reflective web learners as well as web users.
Author James E. Pages 224. Year of production 2004. Increasingly, both teachers and school librarians recognize that information literacy is a key skill needed by today"s pupils, who are tomorrow"s workers in the knowledge economy. It also offers a full understanding of information literacy and provides help with, and examples of, the most effective ways of teaching information skills to pupils.