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Information literate students can:

The information literate student is one who can:

- Recognize the need for information;

- Access information efficiently and effectively;

- Evaluate information and its sources critically;

- Incorporate selected information into one’s knowledge base;

- Use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose;

- Understand the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information;

- Access and use information ethically and legally.
(De Jager & Nassimbeni, 2000)


Dictionary 1:
Dictionary of Concepts in Scholarship
Dictionary 2: Dictionary of Concepts in American Cultural Studies
Dictionary 3: Dictionary of Concepts Created by Students
Dictionary 4: Dictionary of Concepts on Information & Knowledge
Dictionary 5: Dictionary of Academic Disciplines

An education, as a form of learning, unlike "training," involves "transformation."
The difference between training and education is that training shapes a person's mind
and body to perform certain tasks, but educations helps shape and transform attitudes and values.

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