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Vers une orientation translittéracique des modèles d’Information Literacy ?

Abstract : The purpose of this article is to examine the possible evolution of the prescriptive models used for information research in the light of the concpets associated with transliteracy in the fiels of information literacy. The modifications made to the reference guides used for the mastery of traditional information as well as two surfacing proposals are considered; the american model of metaliteracy and the English model of InFlow (information flow). Both models do not explicitly advocate a transliteral approach even though they share several points in common thaht renew the information training methods as well as the theory that support them.
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Karine Aillerie. Vers une orientation translittéracique des modèles d’Information Literacy ? . Documentation et Bibliotheques, Asted Inc., 2015, 61 (4), ⟨10.7202/1033434ar⟩. ⟨hal-01489045⟩

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