Metaliteracy in Art and Design Education: Implications for Library Instruction

Metaliteracy in Art and Design Education: Implications for Library Instruction by Leo Appleton

The term ‘metaliteracy’ is still a relatively new concept since being introduced into the library and information science literature as a ‘framework that integrates emerging technologies and unifies multiple literacy types’ (Jacobsen and Mackey, 2011, 62). It is therefore still a fairly recent addition to the parlance surrounding library instruction and teaching and learning practice, which this chapter will attempt to expand on.

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