Cultural Diversity and Educational Inclusivity: International Students' Use of Online Information
Information literacy education in a culturally/linguistically diverse higher education context: implications of research into international students' use of online information.
||International Students, International Education, Higher Education, Australia, Information Literacy, Online Information Resources, Icts, Learning, Inclusivity, Cultural Diversity, Research
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 9, pp.33-40.
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Qualifications: BA (Combined Honours)in Spanish and Romance Linguistics, Birmingham University, UK. MA in Librarianship, Sheffield University, UK. Associate of Australian Library and Information Association. Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment. NAATI Accredited Translator Spanish-English. Current research: candidate for PhD, Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Research project title: 'International students' use of
online information resources: Implications for information literacy education in a context of cultural diversity' . Current position: Lecturer in Teacher-Librarianship, Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
Christine Bruce is Associate Professor and Director of Teaching in the Faculty of Information Technology, Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Her main
teaching responsibilities are to postgraduate research and coursework students. Her research interests revolve around: the perceptual worlds of information and information technology users; theory and practice of infromation literacy; qualitative approaches such as action research, phenomenography and phenomenology.
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