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Testing Learning Methods to Foster Information Literacy Skills

Heck, Tamara


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;Information literacy is seen as a key competency in working and everyday&lt;br /&gt;
life. For library and information science (LIS) students information literacy is&lt;br /&gt;
a core competency and taught in many LIS university programs. One challenge&lt;br /&gt;
herewith is to mediate these skills in the best way. This paper tries to&lt;br /&gt;
answer the question, how students cope with different learning methods and&lt;br /&gt;
to which extent they foster the learning of information literacy skills. Four&lt;br /&gt;
learning methods were applied in a retrieval course. The paper introduces the&lt;br /&gt;
course design and the applied methods. For the evaluation the participants&lt;br /&gt;
filled out online surveys, one of them measured the expectation and perception&lt;br /&gt;
rates based on the idea of the Servqual concept. The results show that&lt;br /&gt;
specific learning methods can be appropriate for teaching information literacy&lt;br /&gt;
skills. Yet, the implementation of the learning methods could be approved&lt;br /&gt;
because students were not satisfied in all matters. Implementing&lt;br /&gt;
learning methods in future courses should come with changes in the process&lt;br /&gt;
of introducing these methods to the students and with more information&lt;br /&gt;
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