Elizabeth Brown

Learning Through Metaphor

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Pervasive in our language use, overlooked in their power, metaphors offer a new way to think about information literacy instruction. This short book introduces metaphors as a creative approach to teaching information literacy by drawing on existing concepts and making instruction more meaningful to your learners. Starting with everyday metaphor use, readers will engage with how metaphors work, explore new and existing metaphors in information literacy, and draw connections to applications in the classroom.
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92 printed pages
Original publication



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