Techno-Information Literacy and Global Citizenship
Report of quantitative research on the effects of techno-information literacy instruction on global citizenship behaviors.
||Global Citizenship, Information Literacy Instruction, Educational Leadership, Academic Administration, Technology, Library Science, World Citizenship, Environmentalism, Social Justice, Civic Participation
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp.123-128.
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Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1023.352KB).
Dr Winn's research focus is on quantitative methods for the social returns to education. Current research is focused on global citizenship as an outcome to higher education. The Global Citizenship Scale that she developed for her dissertation is being refined for dissemination.
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