Creating and Promoting Lifelong Learning in Public Libraries describes specific ways that public librarians and other professionals can promote lifelong learning by planning and implementing Information Literacy Instruction (ILI). This book includes chapters on planning for instruction, using teaching methods, teaching with and about techlogy, and combining elements of ILI with more traditional public library programs, services, and activities. It is the sequel to Lifelong Learning in Public Libraries: Principles, Programs, and People.
Donna Gilton is currently Professor Emerita, Library Science, Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, University of Rhode Island, where she was a faculty member since 1992. She earned her PhD from Pittsburgh and has published extensively in the research literature as well as two previous books.