There are a number of literacies that are associated with or are required to be used in conjunction with information literacy, including:
Critical literacy - including the following:
Critical literacy involves the analysis and critique of the relationships among texts, language, power, social groups and social practices. It shows us ways of looking at written, visual, spoken, multimedia and performance texts to question and challenge the attitudes, values and beliefs that lie beneath the surface. Critical Literacy
Digital Literacy - there are several definitions including the following:
Digital literacies include those capabilities which fit an individual for living, learning and working in a digital society. For example, the use of digital tools to undertake academic research, writing and critical thinking; digital professionalism; the use of specialist digital tools and data sets; communicating ideas effectively in a range of media; producing, sharing and critically evaluating information; collaborating in virtual networks; using digital technologies to support reflection and PDP; managing digital reputation and showcasing achievements. Digital Literacy: JISC
Media Literacy - there are several definitions including the following:
Ofcom’s definition of media literacy is: ‘the ability to use, understand and create media and communications’.
'Media literacy enables people to have the skills, knowledge and understanding to make full use of the opportunities presented by both traditional and new communications services. Media literacy also helps people to manage content and communications, and protect themselves and their families from the potential risks associated with using these services'. Ofcom: Media Literacy
Like information literacy there are several definitions for each of the different literacies (the above are just a selection) and there is often a correlation between them.