International Journal of Education and Management Engineering(IJEME)

ISSN: 2305-3623 (Print), ISSN: 2305-8463 (Online)

Published By: MECS Press

IJEME Vol.2, No.4, Apr. 2012

A Study of Information Literacy Training for Undergraduate Students

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Huang Yaping,Liu Xiaoqiang,Shi Xiaping,Wang Zhijun

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Information; information system; system analysis and application; teaching method; teaching content; teaching assessment


Information Society requires every individual to have information application ability. Higher education is in charge of cultivating human resources who not only master specialized knowledge, but also have information application ability to solve problems with computer technology. Based on analyzing characteristic of information literacy, this paper develops a course to train the information analysis and application ability for undergraduate students, describes the constructed knowledge modules in an information system, teaching and evaluating mechanisms in detail. Teaching practice indicates it is an available and effective avenue to information literacy.

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Huang Yaping,Liu Xiaoqiang,Shi Xiaping,Wang Zhijun,"A Study of Information Literacy Training for Undergraduate Students", IJEME, vol.2, no.4, pp.59-65, 2012.


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