Engaging and influencing policy and the curriculum – the Scottish Information Literacy Project experience.
Library and information science (LIS) professionals support learning and teaching in a variety of ways, and this chapter focuses on information literacy (IL) and the key messages that it holds for engaging and influencing policy. It uses the Scottish Information Literacy Project as a case study.
Irving, C. (2012). Engaging and influencing policy and the curriculum – the Scottish Information Literacy Project experience. In C. Rankin, & A. Brock (Eds.), Library services for children and young people: Challenges and opportunities in the digital age (49-63). Facet
|Deposit Date||Feb 6, 2013|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Book Title||Library services for children and young people: Challenges and opportunities in the digital age|
|Keywords||Children's library services; Scottish Information Literacy Project ; information services; Scotland; UK; information policy ; United Kingdom|
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