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Information Literacy: Moving Toward Sustainability

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Table of Contents

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Looking for Creative Information Strategies and Ecological Literacy
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    Chapter 2 Organizational Knowledge Sharing, Information Literacy and Sustainability: Two Case Studies from Local Government
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    Chapter 3 Smart and Sustainable Library: Information Literacy Hub of a New City
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    Chapter 4 Information Literacy and Environmental Sustainability Correlation in Using and Communicating Information
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    Chapter 5 Customizing New Library Catalogue for Information Literacy, Digital Collections and Sustainable Development
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    Chapter 6 Mapping Collective Information Practices in the Workplace
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    Chapter 7 From Workplace to Profession: New Focus for the Information Literacy Discourse
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    Chapter 8 Determining the Value of Information Literacy for Employers
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    Chapter 9 Information Literacy, Leadership and Management
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    Chapter 10 Understanding and Use of Information Literacy in the Industrial Project Management
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    Chapter 11 Some Principles of the Durability of the Informative Professional Practices
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    Chapter 12 An Ecological Approach to Collaborative Knowledge Management in Small Professional Communities: Sustainable Information Practices for Sustainable Work
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    Chapter 13 Digital Information Literacy: A Case Study in Oslo Public Library
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    Chapter 14 Digital Literacy of School Leaders: What Impacts in Schools? Results of Two Studies from Portugal
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    Chapter 15 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Utilisation Skills of Undergraduate Law Students in Nigerian University Law Libraries
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    Chapter 16 The Teachers’ Digital Literacy: Determining Digital Divide in Public Basic Schools in Ghana
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    Chapter 17 Doctoral Research on Teachers as Technology Users: Summary of a Work in Progress
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    Chapter 18 IT in Small Czech Schools and the Development of Teachers’ Competences
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    Chapter 19 From Information Literacy Toward Information Illiteracy
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    Chapter 20 Copyright Literacy in the UK: Results from a Survey of Library and Information Professionals
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    Chapter 21 Copyright Literacy in Finnish Libraries, Archives and Museums
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    Chapter 22 Copyright Literacy of Doctoral Students in France
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    Chapter 23 Everyday Health Information Literacy in Counselling on Healthy Eating. The Case of PrevMetSyn
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    Chapter 24 Senior Citizens, Media and Information Literacy and Health Information
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    Chapter 25 Searching for Visual Literacy: Secondary School Students are Creating Infographics
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    Chapter 26 Scientific Literacy and Its Role in Students’ Academic and Professional Development
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    Chapter 27 Metadata Literacy Skills: An Analysis of LIS Students
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    Chapter 28 Argument-Driven Inquiry in the Information Literacy Instruction in Taiwan
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    Chapter 29 One Size Doesn’t Fit All – Effectiveness and Subjective Evaluations of Adaptable Information Literacy Instruction
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    Chapter 30 Information Problem Solving Instruction in Higher Education: A Case Study on Instructional Design
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    Chapter 31 Transforming Library Instruction Through Creativity
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    Chapter 32 Information Literacy Instruction Methods for Lower Secondary Education in Finland
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    Chapter 33 Using Google Sites to Promote 7th Graders’ Information Literacy, Reading Comprehension, and Information Technology Through Inquiry-Based Learning in Taiwan
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    Chapter 34 Learning with Social Media: An Information Literacy Driven and Technologically Mediated Experience
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    Chapter 35 How Can Video Games Facilitate Information Literacy?
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    Chapter 36 Meaningful Implementation of Gamification in Information Literacy Instruction
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    Chapter 37 Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games and Digital Information Literacy
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    Chapter 38 Field-Specific Information Needs of Doctoral Students in Psychology. A Comparative Study
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    Chapter 39 The Participatory Medicine Attitudes of General Practitioners in Greece: An Information Behaviour Perspective
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    Chapter 40 Supporting the Process: Adapting Search Systems to Search Stages
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    Chapter 41 Information Seeking Behaviour of Scholars Using Resource Discovery Systems
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    Chapter 42 Usability Evaluation of Information Literacy Programmes: The Case Study of “Orion”
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    Chapter 43 Paper or Electronic: Preferences of Slovenian Students
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    Chapter 44 Students’ Reading Behavior: Digital vs. Print Preferences in Portuguese Context
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    Chapter 45 Reading Format Preferences of Finnish University Students
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    Chapter 46 The More they Tried it the Less they Liked it: Norwegian and Romanian Student’s Response to Electronic Course Material
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    Chapter 47 Perception of Information Literacy Among Faculty at the University of Graz, Tallinn University, and University of Zagreb
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    Chapter 48 The Enactment of Information Literacy: An Exploratory Study Among Interdisciplinary PhD Students
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    Chapter 49 Systemic Disturbances in Thesis Production Processes
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    Chapter 50 Evaluation of Information Literacy of Slovenian University Students
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    Chapter 51 Information Literacy and Information Culture in Higher Education Institutions in Estonia
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    Chapter 52 Two Years of Information Culture Development for Supporting Higher Education: Initiatives, Teacher’s Perceptions and Future Actions
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    Chapter 53 Learning Scholarly Information Competencies in the Community of Practice: A Case Study of Polish Critical Pedagogy Researchers
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    Chapter 54 Creation and Implementation of Interactive Model for Training of Academic Authors: How to Publish Successfully Research Publications
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    Chapter 55 Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes of Librarians in Developing Library Users’ Information Literacy
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    Chapter 56 Building an Information Literacy Program for High School Students of Greece in Close Cooperation with a Local Special Library
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    Chapter 57 Public Libraries and Their Roles Within the Context of e-Government Literacy
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    Chapter 58 Understanding the Field of Critical Information Literacy: A Descriptive Analysis of Scientific Articles
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    Chapter 59 How Do Home Educating Families’ Experiences of Information Literacy Relate to Existing Models?
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    Chapter 60 Prismatic Realities: Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Cultures and Implications for Information Literacy in Visual Studies: The Case of History of Photography
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    Chapter 61 Exploring the Information Literacy Experiences of ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Learners: A Discussion of Methods
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Information Literacy: Moving Toward Sustainability
Published by
Springer International Publishing, January 2015
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-28197-1
978-3-31-928196-4, 978-3-31-928197-1

Serap Kurbanoglu, Joumana Boustany, Sonja Spiranec, Esther Grassian, Diane Mizrachi, Loriene Roy

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Geographical breakdown

Country Count As %
Sweden 1 2%
Canada 1 2%
South Africa 1 2%
Brazil 1 2%
Unknown 53 93%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Librarian 13 23%
Student > Ph. D. Student 9 16%
Student > Master 8 14%
Student > Doctoral Student 7 12%
Researcher 6 11%
Other 13 23%
Unknown 1 2%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Social Sciences 21 37%
Computer Science 16 28%
Business, Management and Accounting 5 9%
Arts and Humanities 3 5%
Medicine and Dentistry 2 4%
Other 5 9%
Unknown 5 9%