September 8th, 2009

If You Can Read This, You Can Celebrate International Literacy Day!

libraryToday has been named International Literacy Day by UNESCO. As lifelong learners, you already know that literacy is central to meeting your goals. And what is literacy without Information Literacy?

Librarians use the term Information Literacy to refer to the basket of skills that allow you to find, evaluate, use, and cite information. Reading alone isn’t enough to be a savvy user of information.

So why not celebrate your literacy by spending some time with a good read? Here are some options for those who want to take a break from the academic fare, and perhaps spread literacy to others:

– Erin

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