Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Spanish language theses

Two new Spanish-language theses related to information literacy are highlighted by the Argentinian information literacy blog in this post (in Spanish). They were presented at the University of Granada (Spain) by Cuban doctoral students. At the moment the full texts are not available. In brackets are my guesses at the English translation.
- Propuesta de un modelo teórico para un sistema de organización, procesamiento y evaluación de la información en las organizaciones” (Proposal for a theoretical model for a system to organise, process and evaluate information in an organisational context), by Ognara García García. (I found this link to a fairly recent Spanish-language article on this research here)
- ALFINEV: propuesta de un modelo para la evaluación de la alfabetización informacional en la Educación Superior de Cuba (Proposal for a model to evaluate information literacy in higher education in Cuba), by Grizly Meneses Placeres. (I found a powerpoint presented some of her results, in Spanish, here and the corresponding short paper is here)
Photo by Sheila Webber: Winter branches, Sheffield, January 2011

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