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International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning
Internet information literacy has the potential to open the whole world of knowledge to easy access and use. Computer literacy and Internet readiness alone do not empower the learner to capitalise on the use of the Internet to acquire useful knowledge. Without information literacy, the learner would be overwhelmed not only by the information overload but also by being confronted with the amount of unreliable information posted on the Internet. Therefore this paper looks at how the Internet agedoi:10.5172/ijpl.1.3.30 fatcat:vyimn7sv4jfu5mh7eoh2smpcca