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Key terms related to information searching and search models are defined. A historic context is provided to illustrate... see more

The author proposes an analytical framework that reveals links between (1) the conceptual approaches and initial aims of... see more

Discussion about censorship issues by the American Civil Liberties Union

This article from EduCause explains citizen journalism, its issues, and implications in education.

This white paper, produced by the Association of College and Research Libraries, includes chapters written by information... see more

This paper explores several conceptual models for information seeking and retrieval.

This guide explains ontologies and how to create them. Much of the discussion deals with web-based information... see more

After a review of the current knowledge base of what is known -- and what isn't -- related to the uses of ICTs in... see more

Information may be defined as the characteristics of the output of a process, these being informative about the process... see more

This study compares the academic outcome measures, retention, GPA and hours earned, of students who received library... see more

The paper outlines a framework for information literacy instruction, grounded in the educational and cognitive psychology... see more

An article about social networking safety. The abstract reads, "Recently, public attention has focused on the possibility... see more

This article applied de Bono's creativity/divergent thinking strategy to information literacy instruction.

Allison Hosier, published in a special issue of Communications in Information Literacy focusing on the Framework: Volume... see more

This is a journal article from Performance Improvement Quarterly that provides evidence of the reliability of using... see more

This study examines the connection between student academic success and information literacy instruction. Focus groups... see more