Tuesday, November 19, 2013

National Forum on Information Literacy

NFIL, the National Forum on Information Literacy, was founded in 1989 in response to the need for promoting a greater understanding of the new Information Age.  The NFIL seeks to "mainstream information literacy philosophy and practices throughout every sector of American society, working with kindred organizations and businesses concerned with the economic and social welfare of the American people".  The Website provides a wealth of information on Information Literacy, including general information, information literacy skills, information literacy news and events, lists of information literacy conferences and supporters, as well as an extensive resource directory.



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