Information Literacy course, Evaluation and Impact


  • Angela Repanovici "Transilvania" University of Brașov
  • Ionela Maria Barsan Transilvania University of Brasov
  • Eleonora Dinu Transilvania University of Brasov



Information literacy, course evaluation, course impact, Romania


The Information literacy must be an innovative discipline, adapt to technology and the information requirements of the academic community. Introducing new chapters and then assessing their impact on students and their informational behavior is the best way to improve the content and way of teaching the course. The authors present a model for investigating the student perception from Transilvania University in Brasov. The paper was presented at the Romanian Librarians Association Conference in September 2021.


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ALA (American Library Association). Presidential Committee on Information Literacy: Final Report [online]. Chicago: ALA, 1989 [accessed at: 22.08.2021]. Available at: http://www.




How to Cite

Repanovici, A., Barsan, I. M., & Dinu, E. (2021). Information Literacy course, Evaluation and Impact. Revista Română De Biblioteconomie și Știința Informării = Romanian Journal of Library and Information Science, 17(2).



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