Monday, June 13, 2011

New issue of Journal of Information Literacy

The Journal of Information Literacy is open access at The new issue (Volume 5 number 1) includes:
- Editorial: Information literacy: a term whose time has passed? by Susie Andretta

- The Evolution of an Embedded Information Literacy Module: Using Student Feedback and the Research Literature to Improve Student Performance by Allison Kavanagh

- Instructional Design for the Active: Employing Interactive Technologies and Active Learning Exercises to Enhance Library Instruction by Anthony C Holderied

- ILS and RTP: Support to Researchers provided by Information and Learning Services as part of the Research Training Programme at the University of Worcester, Past, Present and Future by Rachel Elizabeth Johnson

- Faculty Attitudes, Perceptions and Experiences of Information Literacy: A Study Across Multiple Disciplines at York University, Canada by Sophie Bury

- Evidence-Based Practice: a mind-altering substance. A blended learning course teaching information literacy for substance use prevention work by Brian Galvin

plus two LILAC conference reports, from Matthew Harvey and Eleni Zazani and reports on the DELILA – Embedding Digital and Information Literacy OERs into the PG Cert and The Welsh Information Literacy Project
Photo by Sheila Webber: Out the window, Krakow, June 2011

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