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Information Literacy through the Streets of
Active Learning Series, no. 10
As teachers and librarians we appreciate and eagerly embrace instructional techniques and devices that engage students in the learning process.
This book strives to provide librarians and other teachers with resources and ideas to better educate our students in Information Literacy using visual media. In this publication, we discuss the useo of these resources for both in- and out-of class assignments following the information literacy guidelines set forth by ACRL. more...
Editors: Gerald T. Burke andd Carol Anne Germain, University of Albany
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