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Title:Learning, Leading, and Information Literacy
Author(s):Hinchliffe, Lisa Janicke; Hoag, Beth
Subject(s):information literacy
leadership education
academic libraries
Abstract:Information literacy is an important component of exercising leadership and is critical in leadership development and education. This chapter explores the intersections of leadership development through collegiate co-curricular programming, the development of information literacy skills and abilities, and the possibilities that are emergent in these intersections. We posit information literacy as an enabling literacy and information-based problem-solving as an important leadership ability. The chapter is centered in a case study of the Illinois Leadership Center (ILC), which serves as a mechanism to exemplify the possibilities inherent in conceptualizing the intersections of leadership, learning, and information literacy.
Issue Date:2020
Publisher:Association of College and Research Libraries
Citation Info:Hinchliffe, Lisa Janicke, & Hoag, Beth. (2020). Learning, leading, and information literacy. In S. Vong & M. Vrkljan (Eds.), learning beyond the classroom: Engaging students in information literacy through co-curricular activities. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.
Genre:Book Chapter
Rights Information:Copyright Hinchliffe & Hoag, CC-BY-NC
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-02-13

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