Each October our thoughts turn to National Information Literacy Awareness Month. Information Literacy, making sure people can find, evaluate for quality and use the information that they need, is a big part of any library program. It’s no longer enough to be literate, as in being able to read, but you must be literate in figuring out where you can get the information you need and separating the wheat from the chaff to make sure what you’ve found is good.
Read a brief history and the purpose of National Information Literacy Awareness Month.
Find previous posts and Iowa’s proclamation on National Information Literacy Awareness Month here:
Watch for a series of blog posts that will come out this month giving you a leg up with information literacy.