Sociological and Psychological Aspects of Information Literacy in Higher Education

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This illuminating resource presents an alternative, more holistic approach to information literacy that is not commonly explored. Neely investigates a number of sociological and psychological factors believed to affect college-level students' ability to make judgements, including exposure to and experience in information environments and subsequent performance in such environments.

Sociological and Psychological Aspects of Information Literacy in Higher Education 2002, Scarecrow Press, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780810841055

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