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Information and critical literacy on the web

By Kay Oddone

Issue 96, Term 1 2016

but also to be able to educate students in becoming informed, literate, self-directed learners. Mandy Lupton (2014) has found that inquiry skills and information literacy are embedded in the Australian Curriculum in the subject areas of Science, History, Geography, Economics and Business, Civics and

Leading whole school literacy from the library

By Dr Margaret Merga

Issue 124, Term 1 2023

Literacy is a general capability to be taught across all learning areas in Australian schools. Students use literacy skills to learn and demonstrate their learning across the curriculum, and they need to learn both cross-disciplinary and discipline-specific literacy skills to achieve their academic

Navigating the information landscape through collaboration

By Elizabeth Hutchinson

Issue 101, Term 2 2017

nformation in the first place, evaluate it, decide what to use, and then think about how they can share it. This, in the librarian’s world, is called information literacy. Information literacy starts in the school library I regularly hear frustrated teachers talking about the quality of research

The Information Fluency Framework

By Carmel Grimmett

Issue 123, Term 4 2022

The Information Fluency Framework (IFF) is a new tool for teacher librarians in primary and secondary settings. The IFF is the primary source of information outcomes and processes for teacher librarians in the NSW Department of Education to use together with Information skills in the school as a