Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication: Volume 68 Issue 3


Table of contents - Special Issue: Global information literacy

Guest Editors: Nina Clements

A contextual framework for primary education: fostering information literacy in Pakistan

Syeda Hina Batool, Sheila Webber

This study aims to contribute theoretically in the information literacy (IL) literature by presenting process-based framework at the primary education level. This study…

Building information research skills in the Pacific region: The University of the South Pacific Initiative

Reysa Alenzuela, Elizabeth Fong, Jamie Bloss, Vasiti Chambers

Information literacy (IL) enables individuals to discover new ways of thinking and new knowledge across a range of platforms, tools and media. It hopes to enable them to…

An information literacy teaching model for Vietnam’s schools

Huyen Thi Ngo, Alison Jane Pickard, Geoff Walton

This study aims to identify the ways in which information literacy (IL) in-practice initiatives are framed for Vietnam’s upper secondary students and to suggest an…

Multi-lingual and multi-cultural information literacy: perspectives, models and good practice

Shohana Nowrin, Lyn Robinson, David Bawden

This paper aims to review current approaches to, and good practice in, information literacy (IL) development in multi-lingual and multi-cultural settings, with particular…

Information literacy assessment of incoming students in an information studies graduate program

Charlene L. Al-Qallaf

This study aims to investigate the information literacy (IL) competencies of incoming graduate students in the information studies masters’ degree program at Kuwait University.

Global information literacy: a content analysis of three journals

Rayla E. Tokarz, Rosalind Bucy

The purpose of this paper is to perform a content analysis of information literacy specific journals to determine what contributing countries and predominant themes are…

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