by Kim BakerThere is a complex and contested terrain of cultural heritage in the library, archive and museum context.Kim Baker explores this landscape and covers perspectives from museums, archives and libraries, highlighting the role of memory and contested history in the collection, description and presentation of cultural heritage. She argues that the convergence of libraries, archives and museums in digital preservation should be extended to include the development of combined lifelong learning programs, teaching both information literacy skills and awareness of cultural heritage.
The book is structured into seven chapters, covering cultural heritage in the library, archive and museum context; digital information contexts; an overview of information literacy models of stages and processes, as well as models of standards, competencies and performance indicators. The book then examines the role of critical thinking and lifelong learning; proposes a generic model of information literacy and cultural heritage for lifelong learning; and offers guidelines for adapting the model to local contexts.
|Title||Information Literacy and Cultural Heritage|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|File size||6.2 Mb|
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