Domain knowledge, critical thinking, and presentation and participation: these are elements that make up information fluency. The terms for this model have been chosen carefully – it’s information fluency, not digital fluency. Many parts of the information fluency model are analog, or comprised of characteristics for which the digital/analog terminology isn’t germane. It is fluency, not literacy. Find out more about the thoughts behind Information Fluency and what it means for students in this week’s teaching tip.
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