Nichols Janet W., Spang Lothar & Padron Kristy (2005). Â« Building a Foundation for Collaboration : K-20 Partnerships in Information Literacy Â». Resource Sharing and Information Networks, vol. 18, nÂ° 1/2, octobre. En ligne : <http://dx.doi.org/10.1300/J121v18n01_02>.
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BibTeX citation key: Nichols2005
Keywords: bibliothĂ¨ques scolaires, Ă©ducation Ă l'information, Ă‰tats-Unis
Creators: Nichols, Padron, Spang
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The authors have developed collaborative partnerships with K-12 educators and school library/media specialist students to promote information literacy. This article traces the history beginning with on-site workshops collaboratively developed by K-12 and university library staff; a continuing education course in information literacy for teachers and school librarians; an in-service workshop prepared collaboratively by a high school staff and university librarians; and a graduate-level library science course in information literacy for school library/media specialist students. Suggestions are provided for promoting information literacy partnerships between K-12 schools and universities, known as K-20 information literacy.
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