In this paper Lynne Cole (Academic Support Services Manager and a Lecturer) seeks to address the gap in literature around the skills and attributes required to become information literate from the perspective of information users with cognitive disabilities, such as dyslexia.

This paper was published in the City, University of London’s open-access digital research archive, City Research Online. Explore City Research Online

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