Navigating Information Literacy in a Digital World

Being information literate is no longer a ‘nice-to-have’ skill; it is a skill essential to coping and succeeding in the 21st century

Navigating Information Literacy in a Digital World, now in its 6th edition, has been redesigned to be ‘digital-first’. This interactive eBook has been updated to cover the information skills and topics needed for academic study, the workplace and everyday life. It emphasises the importance of being an ethical and digitally responsible citizen in the global community.

Key topics covered

This interactive eBook covers a range of topics to ensure that students become digitally literate.

  • Information sources and resources
  • Libraries and web portals
  • Constructing a search query
  • Searching the web, databases and online journals
  • Organising and retrieving information on personal devices
  • The ethical and fair use of information
  • The importance of referencing
  • Evaluating information sources
  • Documenting information
  • Creating new knowledge
  • Being information literate in a post‑truth world

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Contact a Pearson Key Account Manager to arrange a demo and learn more about Navigating Information Literacy in a Digital World.

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