Information Literacy in the Workplace

The latest issue of GKIM Matters, the joint journal from CILIP’s Government Information Group and the Network of Government Library and Information Specialists, features an article by Stéphane Goldstein on the topic of “Information Literacy in the Workplace”.

The article considers what information literacy (IL) signifies in the workplace, and highlights the key findings of a significant and growing body of literature on how IL relates to employment settings – whether in the private, public or not-for-profit sectors.

Stéphane is the Advocacy and Outreach Officer of the CILIP Information Literacy Group, and Executive Director of InformAll. He previously led on the Research Information Network’s information literacy activities over five years, during which time he laid the basis for InformAll , initially a collaborative venture and now a social enterprise aimed at promoting the relevance, importance and benefits of IL in the library world and beyond.

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