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Information literacy, transliteracy and information culture development in France: what the teacher-librarian can change

Abstract : A research project on French high school pupils' information curriculum is for the development of a real media and information culture construction. Researchers have been examining, recording and interviewing 150 pupils in groups and individually during a research activity in 3 different high-schools. The project is based on a qualitative, ethnographic methodology to observe information and pupils' transliterate practices on one hand, and the training practices of teachers-librarians on the other hand. The results show the importance of the teacher librarian's commitment on the transliteracy process.
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Anne Lehmans, Anne Cordier. Information literacy, transliteracy and information culture development in France: what the teacher-librarian can change. European Conference on > Information Literacy, 22-25 October 2013, Istanbul, Turkey, Oct 2013, Istanbul, France. ⟨hal-01927567⟩

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