Teaching Information Literacy for Lifelong Professional Use

Margrethe Bakstad Søvik

Abstract


This paper presents a pilot study carried out in 2015-2016. The main aims of the project was to map information literacy practices among nurses in primary health care and make a summary of previous research focusing on known obstacles. A further aim of the literature review was to identify good solutions and best practice. In spring 2016 a questionnaire was sent out to nurses working in nursing homes in Bergen, Norway. This presentation will outline specificities of IL in the health care context and will then present a few results from the questionnaire connected to this specific context. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15845/noril.v8i1.262

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