This article draws on the authors’ experiences in providing training for information seekers worldwide, from elementary school children to business professionals. Designed for the UNESCO Training the Trainers (TTT) in Information Literacy (IL) workshop in Wuhan, China in October 2008, the material offers a practical, structured framework for creating an information literacy program for trainers that is adaptable to changing learner needs and changing Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools. It includes examples and a case study using a basic course for paraprofessionals and beginning librarians. Based on input from participants at the Wuhan workshop, the article enhances the assessment portion of the presentation. The UNESCO program document listed a target audience of the less information literate ((UNESCO, 2008) Training the trainers in information literacy portal http://portal.unesco.org/ci/en/ev.php-URL_IDZ25623&URL_DOZDO_TOPIC&URL_SECTIONZ201.html. Accessed 14.02.10). This paper, and in general the approach of the Wuhan session, focused on information literacy at an institutional rather than community level (Zhang, X. (Julia) (2009). Report of the UNESCO training-the-trainers in information literacy workshop, October 20-22, 2008, Wuhan, China.
Library and Information Science
The International Information & Library Review
Pagell, Ruth A. and Munoo, Rajendra.
Information literacy for the information literate: A model and case study from the Wuhan UNESCO training the trainers in information literacy program. (2010). The International Information & Library Review. 42, 84-90. Research Collection Library.
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