Conceptualizations of Information Literacy and Youth Practices

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Information literacy is a term with two distinct parts, both of which hold popular and discipline-specific connotations impacting how we understand the concept. This presentation examines conceptualizations of information and literacy; both within popular understandings and within disciplines. It then further examines research through the lens of Generic, Situated, and Transformative windows focusing on youth’s information practices and literacy experiences.