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41 Years of Information Literacy

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The phrase ‘information literacy’ was first used in 1974! It was coined by Paul Zurkowski, a lawyer and, at the time, president of the Information Industry Association.

There are several definitions of information literacy. However, whichever definition is your favorite we can all acknowledge the growing importance of information literacy in a world increasingly experiencing information overload!

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A Graphic Novel about the Library

Interesting article from Library Journal on Kansas State University Salina and Kansas Wesleyan University creating a graphic novel that explains how to carry out effective library research (link to comic below) – Academic Librarians Get Graphic

Legends of the Library Ninjas: A Quest for Knowledge
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