Financial Literacy: A Primer for Librarians, Educators, and Researchers
Stephanie P. Livengood
University of Akron, Wayne College
Kathryn L. Venditti
C&RL News (February 2012; 73.2)
From the Introduction
This collection of Internet resources is organized by audience in the higher education community. Sources were selected using standard Web site evaluation criteria, with special consideration given to currency and objectivity. Resources are free of charge unless noted otherwise and are provided by trusted private, public, governmental, and commercial entities working collaboratively in a consortial program.
Empowered with authoritative resources, librarians, educators, and advocates are positioned to play an important role in the advancement of financial education. Building a solid foundation in financial literacy not only benefits an individual’s quality of life, but also contributes to a nation’s stability in the global economy.