This article cites a study on evaluating information literacy skills in students at media centers. The pre-test survey asked all freshman English students to critique their abilities before they received any formal instruction from the media center team. This enabled researchers to identify areas of research. The five main research areas were, point access, information skills when researching a topic, databases, the Internet and technology. These results indicated that it's not just the collection of print and non-print resources that influence students' use of the media center.
Students' Perceptions of Their Information Literacy Skills in the Media CenterScholarship and Professional Work
Citation InformationTeresa Williams. "Students' Perceptions of Their Information Literacy Skills in the Media Center" Library Media Connection 22.4 (2004): 26-28.