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Information literacy development projects for lifelong learning

Summary: The paper presents three domestic projects for the development of information literacy, its aim is to show the direction in which literacy education can take place after the 21st century. The first is to present a project of cooperation between teaching librarians and teachers in the creation of educational programs for pupils. The second project reflects the current need for interconnecting academic theory with living practice, on platforms of community practice to develop information literacy of teachers and pupils. The third presented project is a student, originated at Masaryk University and focuses on online education in information literacy of teenagers.

Keywords: information literacy, community of practice, lifelong learning, teaching librarian, competence education

Mgr. Pavlína Mazáčová, Ph.D. / Kabinet informačních studií a knihovnictví, Filozofická fakulta, Masarykova univerzita Brno (Division od Information and Library Studies, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University Brno), Arna Nováka 1/1, 602 00 Brno

May 24, 2019

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