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Information Literacy Standards & Models


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There are various Information Literacy Standards & Models. …

There are various Information Literacy Standards & Models.
The Aim of these S&M are to enable persons to acquire the necessary competencies and become Information Literate citizens.
The Standards provide a means to provide key milestones for students and assess their skill level.

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