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The information literacy self-efficacy of disadvantaged teachers in South Africa
The aim of this study was to gauge teachers’ information literacy self-efficacy thereby eliciting clues to possible gaps in teachers’ knowledge and skills which could be addressed during an information literacy education ...
Information literacy education in the South African Classroom: Reflections from teachers' Journals in the Western Cape province
(De Gruyter, 2016)
This qualitative study reports on teachers in the Western Cape as they attempt to embed information literacy in their classrooms. It explores how teachers come to understand information literacy and the extent to which ...
“Don’t They Know How Important It Is?”
(International Association of School Librarianship Conference Proceedings, 2021)
The paper comes out of a month-long case study of information literacy education in two public libraries in a small South African town in the rural province of Mpumalanga, undertaken in October 2004. The participant ...