Information Literacy [IL] is the acquisition, interpretation, and dissemination of information. IL encompasses effective methods for locating, evaluating, using, and generating ideas and information. The focus of IL is to help DoDEA students become critical consumers of information enabling them to effectively evaluate information; then successfully apply their knowledge to decision-making, problem-solving, and creative pursuits.
The DoDEA School Library Information Center program:
The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Standards for 21st Century Learners guide DoDEA library programs. These standards define information skill sets required for student achievement in a global world.
The student who is information literate:
No pages meet the criteria
Severe Offenses: Immediate removal to Principal's office.
Together We Can
Math Goal: All students will improve their abilities to solve problems.
Reading Goal: All students will improve comprehension of text.