A Consideration On The Concept Of Information Literacy. Is It Really “necessary For All”?


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It is often said that information literacy is ability which is “necessary for all” living in the information society. But the concept of information literacy is quite ambiguous, and its meaning is different according to different situation. To put the discussions on information literacy in order, the concept of “information literacy” itself is analyzed. Consequently, it became clear that when we discuss information literacy, it is “necessary” to specify its category, level, and field
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