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information literacy


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information literacy

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Information Technologies: Writing, Book Production, and the Role of Literacy

Perils of providing visual health information overviews for consumers with low health literacy or high stress

Cognition and Health Literacy in Older Adults’ Recall of Self-Care Information

Computer and online health information literacy among Belgrade citizens aged 66–89 years

CALIS - CAncer Literacy and Information Seeking : a study in the setting of colorectal screening Danilo Cereda

Patient health literacy and patient–physician information exchange during a visit

Developing Design Guidelines for a Visual Vocabulary of Electronic Medical Information to Improve Health Literacy

Adult financial literacy and households’ financial assets: the role of bank information policies

Refugees experiences of health information in the civic orientation - Health literacy does matter Josefin Wångdahl

The impact of home care nurses’ numeracy and graph literacy on comprehension of visual display information: implications for dashboard design

F167. ACCESS, UNDERSTAND, APPRAISE AND APPLY TO / OF HEALTH INFORMATION AND HEALTH LITERACY IN INDIVIDUALS AT-RISK FOR PSYCHOSIS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Michael E. Hobart and Zachary S. Schiffman. Information Ages: Literacy, Numeracy, and the Computer Revolution. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 1998. Pp. xiii, 301. $29.95

 

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A person's competence measured by their ability to identify, access, evaluate, and organize information in order to complete a task or solve a problem.

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