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Dr. Lana W. Jackman
  • Cambridge, MA
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Currently, President of the National Forum on Information Literacy, an advocacy organization supporting a presidential proclamation initiative to establish National Information Literacy Month. Issues such as the Achievement Gap, Workforce Development, and Health Literacy are on our agenda. Primarily mission of the National Forum is to mainstream information literacy philosophy and practice throughout every level of American society. The National Forum celebrates its 20th anniversary on October 15 & 16 in Washington DC. Please visit the National Forum's website and make plans to join us in our efforts. All are welcomed!
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http://www.infolit.org

Dr. Lana W. Jackman's Blog

White House Petition

The National Forum on Information Literacy recently submitted to the White House's We The People petition website a petition on the critical importance of information and digital literacy training for our students and our workers in the 21st century.

We need 25,000 signatures by February 13, 2013 supporting the petition in order for the White House to submit an official response.

We would certainly appreciate your support on this initiative...Will you sign it? Please visit…

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Posted on January 14, 2013 at 4:52pm

National Forum on Information Literacy's Gubernatorial Proclamation Campaign

Hi Everyone!

The National Forum on Information Literacy, under the auspices of Dr. Sharon A. Weiner, NFIL V.P. and W. Wayne Booker Chair in Information Literacy at Purdue University, is spearheading a national campaign to secure gubernatorial information literacy proclamations from all 50 states and territories. 

As most of you know, President Obama issued a presidential proclamation in 2009 establishing October as…

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Posted on February 26, 2012 at 5:00am

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