The inability of college‐educated men and women to find and utilize information relevant to a given problem has become a matter of increasing concern to librarians and others, including members of the United States government. The skill that is required for such proficiency has been called “information literacy.” So serious has the problem become that a large and growing body of literature on the subject has emerged.
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