Mobile Information Literacy Curriculum Module 3 Guide: Making mobile phones and the mobile internet work for you
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Mobile Information Literacy: Building Digital and Information Literacy Skills for Mobile-first and Mobile-centric Populations through Public Libraries Clark, Melody; Coward, Chris; Rothschild, Chris (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, ...
Mobile hybridity: supporting personal and romantic relationships with mobile phones in digitally emergent spaces Wei, Carolyn Y (2007)Mobile phones are a global phenomenon and can be readily found in places as technologically disparate as Japan and sub-Saharan Africa. Their sociological impact in these diverse cultural and technological contexts is rich ...
Day, Sheryl (Technology & Social Change Group and The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, 2015-04)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 ...