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Neteracy in Nova Scotia – Themes from the 2009 CALL/ACBD Conference

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 March 2010

Abstract

John Furlong attended the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Law Librarians (CALL/ACBD) and was particularly interested in the sessions involving the way in which clients are now taught about legal materials and the importance of teaching internet literacy or “neteracy”.

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Copyright © The British and Irish Association of Law Librarians 2010

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Footnotes

1 Professor Hibbits paper is available at http://www.callacbd.ca/conferences/2009/presentations.html

2 A descriptive term claimed by Professor Hibbits.

3 See for example “Google: to use, or not to use. What is the Question?” Natasha Choolhun, Legal Information Management, 9 (2009) pp 168–172.

4 See http://www.lifecourse.com for details of their writings.

5 All of the CALL/ACBD Conference Papers are available at http://www.ca.acbd.ca/conferences/2009/presentations.html