What is business information literacy and can the corporate librarian contribute anything to the discourse?
business school librarian
business information literacy
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AbstractThe concept of business information literacy is explored through content analysis of scholarly literature and interviews with business information professionals in academic and corporate contexts. The business school librarian was found to prioritize library instruction whereas the conversion of information to competitive intelligence is important for the corporate librarian. The findings are also found to be part of wider debates surrounding information literacy and higher education. © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
CitationNatt A. (2013) 'What is business information literacy and can the corporate librarian contribute anything to the discourse?', Journal of Business and Finance Librarianship, 18 (2), pp.146-174.
PublisherTaylor & Francis
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