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Established in 1994 this award recognises outstanding achievement in the information profession amongst those living and working in Europe. This is your chance to gain recognition for a professional colleague or yourself. The winner receives an expenses-paid trip to the annual SLA Conference. Nominators of the successful candidate receive a magnum of champagne. SLA Europe is delighted to announce the winner of the 2010 Award PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (10th May 2010) SLA EUROPE INFORMATION PROFESSIONAL AWARD 2010 An inspiring and innovative educator has won this year’s SLA Europe Information Professional ...
Digital literacy is the set of attitudes, understanding and skills to handle and communicate information and knowledge effectively, in a variety of media and formats The concept of digital literacy, as the term is now generally used, was introduced by Paul Gilster, in his 1997 book of the same name. The term itself had been used occasionally during the previous decade, though with a more restricted meaning; the ability to deal with hypertextual information. Gilster's idea was much broader, and did not involve the enumeration of lists of particular skills, competences or attitudes ... Read More
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