Information Literacy for Advanced Users: A German Perspective

Oliver Kohl-Frey
2008 Public Services Quarterly  
This article presents the development and perspectives of improving the information literacy of graduate students at the University of Konstanz, considering the European background with the Bologna process and the general conditions of the German higher education system. It gives a short overview of the current reforms in European higher education and the consequences for information literacy instruction for undergraduates and graduates as well. The situation at the University of Konstanz, with
more » ... y of Konstanz, with its library being a leading institution in the German information literacy debate, is described explicitly. Some findings of a comprehensive graduate information literacy survey, which was recently realized there, are reported in detail. Further perspectives for graduate information literacy in the context of the library's user services are outlined.
doi:10.1080/15228950802110478 fatcat:5kklocudbfgdlmyip4cxvnnl2u