Information Literacy for Undergraduate Physics

Liu, Tingting and Sun, Haibin (2023) Information Literacy for Undergraduate Physics. B P International. ISBN 978-81-19491-79-7

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Information literacy is an essential competence for the contemporary information society. The 21st century puts forward new requirements for students’ education and learning. This book reviewed the definition of information literacy and information literacy standards in various countries, and combs the evaluation and research of information literacy by scholars from various countries. Based on the theoretical research of information literacy and information literacy education, we designed a questionnaire for undergraduates' information literacy, and grasped the information literacy status of science and engineering students through the questionnaire. Based on the questionnaire survey, the book analyzes the characteristics of information literacy of science and engineering students and the problems existing in information literacy education. The results demonstrate that the undergraduates’ level of information literacy is on the intermediate. The undergraduate education of physics is mainly to lay a foundation for professionals engaged in the research and teaching of frontier issues in physics and related disciplines, and also to cultivate compound and comprehensive talents who can apply physics to various fields of technology and society. Based on the teaching of physics undergraduate course, the book expounds how to effectively implement information literacy education in undergraduate physics teaching.

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Date Deposited: 04 Oct 2023 05:21
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