İlk ve Ortaöğretim (Okullar), Yükseköğretim, Yetişkin Eğitimi ve Mesleki Eğitim Sektörlerinde Bilgi Okuryazarlığı: EMPATIC Projesi Bulguları ve Karar Vericiler İçin Öneriler

Yılmaz, Bülent
September 2012
Turkish Librarianship / Turk Kutuphaneciligi;Sep2012, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p578
In this study, findings obtained within the frame of "EMPATIC: Empowering Self-Learning through Information Skills" practiced in partnership with Turkey, Britain, Italy, Poland and Greece between the dates of 2010-2012 have been summered and suggestions which were developed towards politicians and decision makers have been presented. Aforementioned findings and suggestions and best practical models have been given separately for Schools (Primary and Secondary education), Higher Education, Adult Education and Vocational Education Sectors. Moreover detailed information can be acquired from the address http://empat-ic.eu for results of the Project, reports which were produced and some other documents.


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