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89 Total 207 100 Table 19: Opinion about information literate persons Opinion about information literate persons Frequency Percent An information literate person is able 25 12.
I do feel that any literate person will not get involved in terrorism.
Lesley Wing Jan's book highlights the importance of visual literacy, critical literacy and technological literacy which are all essential attributes of a literate person in the information age of the 21st Century.
In the first place, the Portuguese are likely to discover that, while no illiterate person can read, it is a mere non distributio medii to conclude that any literate person can read.
An introductory overview of literacy, technology, and the concept of multiliteracies is followed by papers demonstrating how multiliteracy is shaping our understanding and practice of what it means to be a literate person in the digital age.
It defines a climate literate person as one who understands the influence of the climate on you and society, and your influence on climate.
There is no excuse for any literate person to be less than three-thousand years old in his or her mind.
Any literate person in the Middle Ages would have known that this was pronounced the not ye, but eventually the false letter took over from the right pronunciation.
A literate person must not only excel in reading and writing text, but also must be able to listen and speak, and read and write fluently through text, images, motion video, charts and graphs, and hypertext across a wide range of media" (North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, 2003, 9).
Since yours was the only comment to this effect, I am glad that there is at least one literate person in this industry.
Perhaps the truly literate person will be the one who can evaluate information, assess its reasonableness, and use it to make more insightful decisions and connections--something that could be called information literacy.
When it is clear that information on the Internet is unstructured and diverse in nature, an information literate person will know that he or she needs to adapt his or her search strategies, but it will be necessary to pay special attention to what degree.
The information literate person recognises the need for information and determines the nature and extent of the information needed.
The kinds of things a technologically literate person must know can vary from society to society and from era to era.
Goad emphasizes that this does not mean online information alone or libraries alone, or even the two in combination, but a broad front of information sources, and the information literate person will know all the relevant sources and all the ways to find the information, as well as "quickly choosing the most proficient one to use at any given time--in a time-compressed environment" (p.