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Huyen Ngo

PhD in Mathematics and Information Sciences

My research aims to investigate the practice of information literacy (IL) teaching and learning in Vietnamese upper secondary schools. The study employs a mixed-method approach, incorporating both quantitative and qualitative research methods. The research will make a contribution to both theory and practice. This study will contribute to the literature of IL by providing a detailed understanding of IL in upper secondary schools in Vietnam – a context which has not, as yet, been explored comprehensively. Furthermore, this study will also contribute to the literature of IL by providing a thorough understanding of the relationship between IL and student age. In addition, findings will contribute to the design of an IL programme in upper secondary schools for the Vietnamese context.

Research Supervisors

  • Dr. Geoffrey Lee Walton (principle supervisor)
  • Dr. Alison Jane Pickard (second supervisor)

Key Publications

NGO, H. & WALTON, G. Examining the Practice of Information Literacy Teaching and Learning in Vietnamese Upper Secondary Schools.  12th International Scientific Conference "Western Balkan Information Literacy", 2015 Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 119-127.


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