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Literacies, narratives, and adult learning in libraries
New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education (2010)
  • James K. Elmborg, University of Iowa
Abstract
This chapter explores the multiple literacies adult learners bring to the learning process within libraries, the changing narratives of libraries, and the importance of helping learners develop skills in critical information literacy.
Publication Date
Fall 2010
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Citation Information
James K. Elmborg. "Literacies, narratives, and adult learning in libraries" New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education Vol. 127 (2010)
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