Two roads, a single destination: supporting the Information Literacy skills needs of advanced users at the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU)

Harrison, Mary and Jones, Rosie (2007). Two roads, a single destination: supporting the Information Literacy skills needs of advanced users at the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU). In: Advanced Users: Information Literacy and Customized Services (Kohl-Frey, Oliver and Schmid-Ruhe, Bernd eds.), pp. 143–156.

Abstract

This paper describes how the Manchester Metropolitan University Library provides Information Literacy skills training and support for advanced users. Given today’s time constrictions, the paper will focus on the training and support that is currently available. If you would like to know more about its development and theoretical underpinnings, please consult the bibliography appended to the written version of the paper; in particular, the report of the Big Blue project (Manchester Metropolitan University Library & Leeds University Library, 2002) and the journal article “Blended learning in action” (Donnelly, Jones, Matthews & Peters, 2006).

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