Thursday, September 27, 2007

IL in Germany

Thomas Hapke blogs about an issue of BIT online (German language publication) which has a number of articles about information literacy: Wilfried Sühl-Strohmenger talks about goals and curricula of classes in soem German universities; Luzian Weisel talsk about the need to develop information literacy in schools and in cooperation with public libraries, and Gabriela Blum compares initiatives in Germany and the USA. The issue is only available to subscribers at but the editorial is freely online:

Fuhlrott, R. (2007) "Informationskompetenz und Soziale Software - oder Auswirkungen des Sputnikschocks von vor 50 Jahren" [Information literacy and social software: or the fallout from the sputnik shock from 50 years ago] BIT online. (3)

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