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Case Studies and Pervasive Instruction: Using Journalism Education Techniques in the Information Literacy Classroom
The purpose of this paper is to explore whether journalism education techniques can be adapted for use in the information literacy classroom as a means of teaching the ethical use of information. The author uses personal experience as a journalist and graduate of journalism education programs to examine the similarities between journalism pedagogy and information literacy and whether any aspect of journalism pedagogy is transferrable to the information literacy classroom.
This work was originally published in Reference Services Review.