“Common Ground at the Nexus of Information Literacy and Scholarly Communication”

See on Scoop.itNGOs in Human Rights

Davis-Kahl and Hensley explore how librarians at a variety of institutions can engage students and faculty in discussing topics such as open access, copyright, fair use, publishing models, the social and economic aspects of scholarship and publishing through the lens of information literacy. Readers will come away with new ideas for forging partnerships with others in their organizations in order to enrich both information literacy and scholarly communication programs, activities and services.

Nevermore Sithole‘s insight:

A good document

See on www.acrl.ala.org

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