Provides an introduction to the study of generations with a focus on the Millennial generation, also referred to as Generation Y (born 1982-2002). Identifies characteristics associated with this generation, including the "information-age mindset," and outlines the significance of these characteristics for the development and delivery of instructional service programs in academic libraries.
Walter, S. (2005, April). Born digital: Looking at information literacy instruction through a generational lens. In E. Lindsay (Chair), One size doesn't fit all: Working with diverse patrons. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Washington Library Association, Spokane, WA.
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