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Learning Information Literacy across the Globe. Frankfurt am Main, May 10th 2019
Other contributors (e.g. editor)Botte, Alexander [Hrsg.]; Libbrecht, Paul [Hrsg.]; Rittberger, Marc [Hrsg.]
SourceFrankfurt am Main : DIPF 2021, 133 S.
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Keywords (German)Informationskompetenz; Informationsgesellschaft; Mehrsprachigkeit; Open Educational Resources; Digitale Medien; Lernprozess; Digitalisierung; Kompetenz; Lernen; E-Learning; Didaktik; Informationswissenschaft; Informationsverhalten; Open Access; Medienkompetenz; Kompetenzerwerb; Künstliche Intelligenz; Online-Kurs; Konferenzbericht
sub-disciplineMedia Education
Teaching Didactics/General Educational Topics
Contributors (corporate)DIPF | Leibniz-Institut für Bildungsforschung und Bildungsinformation ; ILO Information Literacy Online ; Conference on Learning Information Literacy across the Globe LILG (2019 : Frankfurt am Main)
Document typeMonograph, Collected Work or primary publication
LanguageEnglish
Year of creation
review statusPeer-Reviewed
Abstract (English):The international Conference on Learning Information Literacy across the Globe was held on the 10th of May 2019 at Frankfurt Main, Germany. The Conference was part of the Erasmus+ Project Information Literacy Online (ILO), a European project to improve students’ competencies. […] The Conference task was to be a forum for the exchange of research and experience associated with Information Literacy (IL) Learning. […] With different frequency, the following topics are touched by the keynotes and papers: Information literacy as a learning process, including assessment; Digital learning resources for information literacy (e.g. MOOCs, Learning-scenarios, OERs); Comparative studies of courses and curricula with an information literacy lens; Cultural diversity of information literacy; Information literacy in connection with other literacy concepts. (DIPF/Orig.)
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Date of publication02.02.2021
Suggested CitationBotte, Alexander [Hrsg.]; Libbrecht, Paul [Hrsg.]; Rittberger, Marc [Hrsg.]: Learning Information Literacy across the Globe. Frankfurt am Main, May 10th 2019. Frankfurt am Main : DIPF 2021, 133 S. - URN: urn:nbn:de:0111-pedocs-176704
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