ILA- Information Literacy LifespanIdaho Library Association conference (2016)
Idaho libraries support patrons at each stage of their of life from birth to beyond. This presentation will profile what the lifelong information literacy learner looks like in Idaho. Learn how information literacy is a lifelong skill interwoven by building blocks developed in public, school, and academic libraries. What does information literacy look like from the patron perspective and how do libraries help sustain this practice?
Presenters: Jeannie / Susan (school Libraries), Rick (Academic), Buffy MacDonald (public)
- information literacy,
- public libraries,
- academic libraries,
- school libraries,
- information literacy lifespan
Publication DateOctober, 2016
LocationIdaho Falls, Idaho
Citation InformationRick A Stoddart, Buffy McDonald, Susan Tabor Boesch and Jeannie Standal. "ILA- Information Literacy Lifespan" Idaho Library Association conference (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/richard_stoddart/67/
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