Green, Kristin E. C. College & Research Libraries News, 2018 Nov., Vol. 79 Issue 10, p. 542-545. The article discusses the importance of meeting novice learners' own proximal zone of development to foster critical thinking and metacognition in relation to information literacy as the goal of instruction librarians.
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