LILAC and IL: Views from outside the academy

Andrews, Penny C. S.
June 2014
Journal of Information Literacy;Jun2014, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p100
Academic Journal
An interview with Donna Gundry, Ruth Jenkins and Jacqueline Geekie, winners of the 2014 Librarians' Information Literacy awards are presented. Gundry highlights her experiences teaching information literacy (IL) through virtual learning environment (VLE). Jenkins mentions the developments in the healthcare libraries which uses IL in teaching students. Geekie also outlines her teaching program titled "Cool Computing for Couthie Customers" for teaching primary and secondary-aged children.


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