Information Pathways: A Problem-Solving Approach to Information Literacy

Information Pathways A Problem Solving Approach to Information Literacy With the advent of the Information Society access to resources is vital to the ordinary citizen the academic and the career professional as well as in public administration and private enterprise

  • Title: Information Pathways: A Problem-Solving Approach to Information Literacy
  • Author: Crystal Fulton
  • ISBN: 9780810874268
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • With the advent of the Information Society, access to resources is vital to the ordinary citizen, the academic, and the career professional, as well as in public administration and private enterprise Information Pathways A Problem Solving Approach to Information Literacy is designed to serve as a textbook for courses that address the need of college students to develop aWith the advent of the Information Society, access to resources is vital to the ordinary citizen, the academic, and the career professional, as well as in public administration and private enterprise Information Pathways A Problem Solving Approach to Information Literacy is designed to serve as a textbook for courses that address the need of college students to develop a basic knowledge of the complex matrix of core resources for the retrieval, management, and exploitation of information This book shows students how to Build effective search strategies for solving information problems Evaluate and use information and information sources Apply information skills to the writing process Be at ease with numeric information Integrate information skills for smooth problem solving Maintain their new fluency with information Organized into chapters that examine different ways in which information is structured, Information Pathways will help students develop and evaluate strategies for finding and adopting information.

    One thought on “Information Pathways: A Problem-Solving Approach to Information Literacy”

    1. I disagree with the organization of the book: I'd rather see more explanation about the query before explaining the possible sources. Including this in the writing process, about two thirds of the way through the book, seems off. It's part of the research plan and should be addressed much earlier. The chapter about numeracy seemed tacked on.I would not use this as a text for my information literacy classes, based on the organization of the book. I hoped for a problem-based approach to informatio [...]

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