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Mobile Information Literacy: Building Digital and Information Literacy Skills for Mobile-first and Mobile-centric Populations through Public Libraries
(2nd AfLIA Conference & 4th Africa Library Summit proceedings, 14-20 May 2017: Yaoundé, Cameroon., 2017-05)
For billions of people coming online around the world - many in Africa - mobile phones (and increasingly smartphones) is their point of entry to the internet. This is true in both developed and developing countries. However, the user experience on a smartphone is very different from that on a PC or a feature phone. The different ...
MOBILE INFORMATION LITERACY CURRICULUM Module 3 Guide: Basic Web Searching via Mobile Devices
MOBILE INFORMATION LITERACY CURRICULUM Module 4 Guide: Working Online and Using Information via Mobile Devices
MOBILE INFORMATION LITERACY CURRICULUM Module 1 Guide: Introduction to Mobile Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs)
MOBILE INFORMATION LITERACY CURRICULUM Module 6 Guide: Module 5 Project Presentations
MOBILE INFORMATION LITERACY CURRICULUM Module 2 Guide: A Mobile Lens on the Internet
MOBILE INFORMATION LITERACY CURRICULUM
Kenyan public librarians’ role in mobile-centric information access
Mobile phones and smartphones have become the entry point to the internet for billions of people around the world. In these mobile-centric contexts, accessibility, manifestation of social ecosystems, and the affordances of mobile devices shape people’s participation in the digital world. Through these changes, public libraries ...
Mobile Information Literacy Training - Nakuru, Kenya
(2018-03)The Mobile Information Literacy curriculum is a growing collection of training materials designed to build information literacies for the millions of people worldwide coming online every month via a mobile phone. Most information and digital literacy curricula were designed for a PC age, and public and private organizations ...
Mobile Information Literacy Curriculum Module 1 Guide: Introduction to the Mobile Internet and Smartphones
(Technology and Social Change Group, 2018-03)
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