LITERACY BASED SHARING KNOWLEDGE ON THE COMMUNITY

Andi Asari, Dwi Saksomo, Amalia Nurma Dewi, Dwi Novita Ernaningsih

Abstract


This study is a community-based information literacy studies on DPD PERTUNI
community Malang. The purpose of this study is to describe the role of communities
in developing information literacy PERTUNI members, describing the strategy and
the characteristics as contained in the Community Pertuni. The method used is a
qualitative method with a case study approach. Through case studies of the results of
this study indicate that information literacy using a social approach to take advantage
of community ties, a significant role in information literacy community members.
Recognized members of the community that they have a higher information literacy
while joining the community.

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