This edition of the bi-monthly APLA Information Literacy Interest Group email with links relevant to information literacy was compiled by Seung-Kyoo (Kyoo) Lee at Dalhousie Killam Libraries. 

Below is Kyoo's introduction to the links:

Hello folks,  

Information literacy on the internet is used in our daily life regardless of personal, social, or economic purposes. Have you thought about how information is governed in platforms?  Platforms such as Google, Amazon, Twitter, and Facebook are dominating in content business internationally. But their functions are not well-governed. The links below contain information regarding the governance of platforms. 

Digital Platforms Require a Global Governance Framework - Centre for International Governance Innovation (cigionline.org) 



It is interesting to know South Korea is the first country to ban Google monopolies. 


Kind regards,

Agnieszka Hayes
Information Literacy Interest Group Convener
Atlantic Provinces Library Association
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