Hello group members,
First of all, this is an interesting topic and in an era inundated with
fake news and misinformation, information literacy and the ability to gain
skills in source evaluation is critical.
Here are some links that should help you find useful sources on this
I hope that these help you find resources for the work you are doing on
Also, everyone have a great weekend
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On Fri, 25 May 2018, Yohanan Ouaknine wrote:
> †I am an Israeli PhD candidate and the main subject of my dissertation Workplace Information
> This could be a very (very) long shot: †One of the issues in my dissertation is teaching
> information literacy in a workplace context. I am looking for a syllabus focused on Training
> the Workplace Trainers (in my case, Human Resources professionals) to teach Information
> The main Idea is to teach people that are not Information professionals but are Knowledge
> workers (like HR or software trainers for instance) to teach Information Practice in their
> workplace context.
> The trainerĘs teachers should be information professionals or librarians.
> †Any Idea?
> Thank you for your time,
> Yohanan Ouaknine
> Information Science Department
> Bar Ilan University, Israel
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