Published: Mark Lenker

Mark Lenker (Libraries) wrote a chapter for Libraries Promoting Reflective Dialogue in a Time of Political Polarization, a new book published by the Association of College and Research Libraries.  In "Indignation in Political Discourse: Thoughts toward an Information Literacy Curriculum," Lenker proposes starting points for information literacy educators to help their students question the influence of indignant rhetoric on their own learning about politics and its impact on the state of political discourse generally.

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