A Study on Information Literacy Curriculum for the Lower Grades of Elementary School

초등학교 저학년을 위한 정보이용능력 교육과정에 관한 연구

  • 김지훈 (계명문화대학 문헌정보과) ;
  • 최현경 (계명문화대학 문헌정보과)
  • Published : 2004.09.01


Information literacy is usually described as the ability to locate, manage and use information effectively for a range of purposes. It Is acknowledged the most people are likely to change careers throughout their lives. Therefore, people must learn Information literacy. Those who are information literate must be able to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, use effectively the needed information, ultimately have how to team. Since a basic objective of education ts for student to learn how to learn, Information literacy become increasingly more important for all students. This paper presents an overview of definitions, standards and models of information literacy and information literate. Based on these, we suggested learning method and curriculum of information literacy for the lower grades of elementary school.


Information Literacy;Information Literate


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