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eLiteracy versus information literacy at eLit2005 : what's the difference, which should we prefer?

Joint, N. (2005) eLiteracy versus information literacy at eLit2005 : what's the difference, which should we prefer? Journal of eLiteracy, 2 (2). ISSN 1745-4360

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Abstract

Having successfully migrated to St. John's University, New York the previous year as eLit2004, this year's eLit conference, eLit2005[1], was held at the University of Strathclyde in June and addressed a range of challenging concepts from the electronic information environment. I have to own up to being on the local organising committee for eLit2005, so any comments about the conference on my part may lack a certain objectivity. However, the event did prove to be a success and I hope left a number of stimulating ideas to resonate with the conference delegates.