Scientific information management policies and information literacy schemes in Greek higher education institutions and libraries
Scientific information management and related policies may impact information literacy practices, models and policies. This paper demonstrates the current situation regarding information literacy in Greece with a focus on Greek higher education institutions and libraries. Presents recent developments in scientific information management in Greece and discusses possible interaction between information literacy and scientific information policies. © 2014-IOS Press and the authors.
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