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Information Literacy and Cultural Heritage by Kim Baker

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Index

A

4MAT, 113 See also learning styles
A2K, 38 see also access in libraries
Aboriginal
cultural knowledge, 54, 66–7
resources, 48
access
in archives, 24
to the Internet, 47, 52–4
in libraries, xxii–xxiv, 38
ACRL Information Literacy Competancy Standards for Higher Education, 85–90
adapting the model, 136–43
ad hominem, 98, 104
African
example of cultural sensitivities, 100–1
oral tradition as a source of history, 105
rights to cultural heritage, 54
African National Congress See ANC
ANC, 100–1
ancestral, 22
anthropology, 2
ANZIL (Australian and New Zealand Information Literacy) Framework, 90–1
apartheid, 11, 19–20, 27–8, 36–8
appraisal, 23, 26
Arab Spring, 60
archives
access, 24
contested ...

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