Monday, October 11, 2010

Communications in Information Literacy

The latest issue of Communications in Information Literacy (Vol 4, No 1 (2010) is out. The contents are as follows:
Zauha, J. Teaching matters: Developing as a Teacher/Librarian [Column]: Rules of Engagement: Best Practices for Connecting with Students
Meszaros, M. Who’s in Charge Here? Authority, Authoritativeness, and the Undergraduate Researcher
Hight, M. Unlearn What You Have Learned: Digital Disorganization and Information Literacy Instruction
Bowles-Terry, M., Hensley, M. and Hinchliffe, L. Best Practices for Online Video Tutorials: A Study of Student Preferences and Understanding
McLure, M. and Munro, K. Research for Design: Exploring Student and Instructor Attitudes toward Accessing Library Resources and Services from Course Management Systems (CMS)
Larsen, P., Izenstark, A and Burkhardt, J. Aiming for Assessment: Notes from the Start of an Information Literacy Course Assessment
Singh, N. User Education and Information Literacy in Agricultural Universities of India
Bobish, G. Instruction 2.0 - What are we actually doing?
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Photo by Sheila Webber: autumn reflections, Prague, September 2010

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