Levels of Information Literacy and its Influence in Reciprocal Teaching in Communication Sciences Students

Klinge Villalba-Condori

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This quantitative basic research was a cause-effect correlational design, where the instruments
results for information literacy and reciprocal teaching were ,987 and ,992 through the
Cronbach’s Alpha. The validation of the instruments was carried out by 3 expert judgment and
the population was composed of 249 communication science students of a private university
in Lima, Perú. Through the multinominal logistic regression was statistically verified that the
predominant level in the dimension of information literacy (sourcing, evaluating and managing
information) in a 90% are at level 3 according to the DigComp 2.1 scale; nevertheless, the
expectation for the Communication Sciences Program was they managed to achieve a higher
level in the evaluating information dimension considering their training should be oriented
towards information assurance, showing the necessity to strengthen the development of these
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
PublicaciónCEUR Workshop Proceedings
EstadoPublicado - 2021
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