IT Literacy for General Education and Online Community


The informatization of higher education and the development of on-line learning communities have created new literacy needs: for information literacy per se and for the cognitive and social skills that enable learners not only to function effectively in technology-rich environments but to become effective members of technologically based communities. Representatives from the Fielding Institute and George Mason University discuss IT competency in general education as well as the last and hardest information literacy skill -- community literacy.

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