1. Information Literacy Advocacy—Woody's Ten Commandments
  2. Forest Woody Horton Jr.
  3. pp. 262-276
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  1. Trapped between a Rock and a Hard Place: What Counts as Information Literacy in the Workplace and How Is It Conceptualized?
  2. Annemaree Lloyd
  3. pp. 277-296
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  1. How Information Literacy Becomes Policy: An Analysis Using the Multiple Streams Framework
  2. Sharon Weiner
  3. pp. 297-311
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  1. Empowerment or Instrumental Progressivism?: Analyzing Information Literacy Policies
  2. Andrew Whitworth
  3. pp. 312-337
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  1. The Concept of Information Literacy in Policy-Making Texts: An Imperialistic Project?
  2. Ola Pilerot, Jenny Lindberg
  3. pp. 338-360
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  1. Is Information Literacy a Public Concern?: A Practice in Search of a Policy
  2. Catherine Haras, Stephanie Sterling Brasley
  3. pp. 361-382
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  1. Reconnecting Information Literacy Policy with the Core Values of Librarianship
  2. Heidi LM Jacobs, Selinda Berg
  3. pp. 383-394
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  1. A Framework for Analyzing and Comparing Information Literacy Policies in European Countries
  2. Carla Basili
  3. pp. 395-418
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  1. National Information Literacy Framework (Scotland): Pioneering Work to Influence Policy Making or Tinkering at the Edges?
  2. Christine Irving
  3. pp. 419-438
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  1. Think Global, Act Local: Expanding the Agenda for Media Literacy Education in the United States
  2. Vanessa Domine
  3. pp. 440-453
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  1. Introduction
  2. John Crawford
  3. pp. 257-261
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