How Could Library Information Science Skills Enhance Information Literacy in the Tunisian High Independent Elections Authority (ISIE)
Our intervention as experts in LIS field within the first High Independent Elections Authority (ISIE) in Tunisia, aimed at educating the members of this institution to make them independent in their daily work in terms of information processing. In this paper we will describe the methodology followed during the first year of its creation and the difficulties faced during our intervention as LIS experts.
KeywordsTunisian High Independent Authority of Elections information literacy political decision making
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