Thursday, October 05, 2006

How Choice, Co-Creation, and Culture Are Changing What It Means to Be Net Savvy

How Choice, Co-Creation, and Culture Are Changing What It Means to Be Net Savvy. The second of what will be three George Lorenzo white papers relating to information literacy is now up at EDUCAUSE. Lorenzo co-wrote this with Diana Oblinger and Charles Dziuban.

From the abstract:

The Web—and how we interact with it—has become part of our culture. The Internet is now the information universe, and we expect instant access. Content is created and co-created by amateurs as well as experts. More than ever, we choose what, when, and where to use information. What it means to be "net savvy" is changing because the nature of information itself has changed.

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