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Subject: Re: Vilket ord ska man använda?
From: Birgit Pettersson <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:BIBLIST - Topics in Nordic research library user services <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 3 Dec 2001 14:53:20 +0100

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Jag konstaterar bara att "Informationskompetens" finns som ämnesord
i BUS ämnesordskatalog;

Birgit P.

Ola Pilerot wrote:
> Hej!
> Kanske är det fler än jag som stundom känner att det engelska ordet
> 'Information literacy' på något sätt bättre beskriver det vi vill säga
> när vi använder den svenska motsvarigheten, 'Informationskompetens'.
> Mot bakgrund av den här tanken roade det mig att i ett inlägg på den
> amerikanska sändlistan 'BI-L: Bibliographic Instruction Listserv' se
> nedanstående inlägg, där den amerikanske skribenten uppenbarligen
> funderar i liknande tankegångar, fast tvärtom.
> "We're having some good discussions with our campus General Education
> folks about integrating our program more completely into their
> offerings.  I'm trying to sell the idea of "Information Literacy Across
> the Curriculum" but they don't like the term "information literacy."
> Hmmmmm.
> Does anyone have a suggestion for something else?  They mentioned
> "skills," but I don't like that because it sounds too close to "computer
> skills." They like "fluency," but I'm not enamoured of "information
> fluency."  The jury is still out on "comptency" in something or other.
> Both G.E. and I want to include all flavors of information in our
> definition:  learning to work with, analyze, manage, etc. not just
> words,
> in all their formats (books, scholarly articles, newspapers, etc.) but
> also images (especially television and film, but also artistic
> expression), sounds, multimedia (especially Web sites with
> words/images/motion/sound) and anything else I can't think of this early
> on a snowy morning.
> If we can't find a decent alternative, Plan B would be to persuade them
> that "Information Literacy" has become (or is at least becoming) a
> standard and we should embrace it rather than fight it.  So if your
> institution has a formal program by this name, please let me know.
> I've done a little looking about and so far haven't found any other
> phrase that excites me (although I kinda like the Swedish word
> "informationskompetens").
> Thanks.  I'll summarize your suggestions in another post to BI-L next
> week.
> -- Martin
> Martin Raish
> Brigham Young University"
> Vänliga hälsningar
> Ola
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