Information fluency is the ability to think critically while engaging with, creating, and utilizing information and technology, regardless of the information platform or medium. It is more than just knowing how to use information literacy skills; it is also about understanding how to use them in a way that is productive, safe, and respectful.

Information fluency includes the following skills:

Information fluency is an essential skill for success in today’s world. In the workplace, information fluency is needed to conduct research, make decisions, and communicate with others. In school, information fluency is needed to complete assignments, learn new things, and participate in class discussions. And in our personal lives, information fluency is needed to make informed decisions about our health, finances, and relationships.

There are many ways to improve your information fluency. You can take online courses, read books and articles, or attend workshops and seminars. You can also practice using information fluency skills in your everyday life. The more you use information fluency skills, the more fluent you will become in using them.

Here are some examples of information fluency:

Information fluency is an essential skill for everyone in today’s world. By developing your information fluency, you can improve your critical thinking skills, your communication skills, and your ability to make informed decisions. You can also become a more engaged citizen and a more productive member of society.