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|Title: ||Historical Analysis of the Development of Information Literacy'|
|Authors: ||Lawal, Vicki|
Underwood, Peter G.
|Issue Date: ||2017|
|Publisher: ||Tincity Journal of Library, Archival and Information Science (T-JOLAIS)|
|Series/Report no.: ||Vol. 7;No. 1; Pp 32-41|
|Abstract: ||The genesis of information literacy as a concept is outlined and its development related to an historical framework with the aim of providing a better understanding of the process of developmental and adoption of information literacy ideas. The paper suggests a tentative historical frame work for understanding the emergence of information literacy and its development particularly within the tertiary education system. It also highlights a few works which emphasize the importance of a more individualised approach to the design of information literacy interventions.|
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