Information Literacy Course Curriculum


information literacy
information literacy metacompetencies
independent course
information literacy course curriculum

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Rašidović, B. E. (2019). Information Literacy Course Curriculum. BOSNIACA, 24(24), 39–47.


  The context of the information society and the knowledge society is a challenge for new education policies, which are adapted to the needs of the labor market. The labor market requires constant improvement and acquisition of new knowledge and skills, which implies a continuous learning process. Metacompetencies of information literacy contribute to the development of creative competences for lifelong learning by educating all participants in educational processes for better, more efficient, purposeful and better use, for building knowledge, relevant information and sources of information, regardless of whether information sources and information are contained in analogue, digital or virtual origin. Such importance of information literacy produces the need to incorporate these metacompetencies, as fundamental ones, into all teaching and science processes. With the further development of information literacy, in the context of changes in society, reforms within higher education, a changed educational paradigm, and ways of learning, it is necessary to define an information literacy curriculum in accordance with the principles of active learning. The aim of the paper is to present a framework curriculum for the information literacy course.
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