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v, 131 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm
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Why learn about reading and writing? -- Theoretical foundations of process-based information literacy -- Informal, low-stakes writing -- Reading for comprehension and reading to write -- High-stakes writing-from-sources -- Turning theory into practice.
Information literacy involves a combination of reading, writing, and critical thinking. Librarians in an academic library, while not directly responsible for teaching those skills, are involved in making such literacy part of the students' learning process. Broussard approaches the misconceptions about the relationship between libraries as a source of information literacy, and offers suggestions on providing students support when working on research papers.