Current Awareness

  • National Conference NCMDISS - 2016

  • Registration Form NCMDISS - 2016

  • 5 days National Workshop on Capacity Building Programme from 23 - 27 May 2016

  • National Librarian's Day

  • Online Journals

    Book Requisition Form

    Press Release


       Information Literacy Framwork

    What is Information Literacy?

    Information Literacy is a set of attributes which individuals need in today's information-oriented society. Learning from information resources has always been at the heart of any course of study. However, increased access to computers and to information from a variety of sources, and in a variety of formats, highlights the need for information skills in everyday life, and lifelong learning as well as in formal education.

    Information Literacy is identifying when and why you need information; understanding how it is organised and identifying the best sources; then critically evaluating, using and sharing it in an ethical manner.
     

    Skills and Competencies  

    1. Access the Library Catalogue – search by author, title and keyword for books and journals;
    2. Be aware of the Dewey decimal Classification system;
    3. Understand the difference between electronic and print resources;
    4. Know which material is located where in the Library;
    5. Know how to borrow, renew, return and reserve Library materials;
    6. Understand Library regulations regarding the use of facilities and services;
    7. Know where to go, and whom to ask for help, in the Library. 
    Accessibility Disclaimer FOI Data Protection Privacy and Cookies Charitable Status
    Era Medical College & Hospital Sarfraz Ganj Hardoi Road - Lucknow Tel: +91 (0)522 900600 Email: infoeraindia.org