Thursday, September 19, 2013

Information research: new articles: information literacy research

The latest issue of Information research (18 (3) 2013) includes the Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, Copenhagen, Denmark, 19-22 August, 2013. There are a very large number of papers, including:
- Colleen Addison and Eric Meyers Perspectives on information literacy: a framework for conceptual understanding
- Hanna Carlsson, Fredrik Hanell and Karolina Lindh Exploring multiple spaces and practices: a note on the use of ethnography in research in library and information studies
- Johanna Rivano Eckerdal Empowering interviews: narrative interviews in the study of information literacy in everyday life settings
- Anna Hampson Lundh, Louise Limberg and Annemaree Lloyd Swapping settings: researching information literacy in workplace and in educational contexts
- Camilla Moring and Annemaree Lloyd Analytical implications of using practice theory in workplace information literacy research
- Michael Olsson Gently to hear, kindly to judge: the affective information practices of theatre professionals and journalists
- Trine Schreiber Questioning a discourse of information literacy practice in web-based tutorials
- Paul Scifleet, Maureen Henninger and Kathryn H. Albright When social media are your source
- Eero Sormunen, Mikko Tanni and Jannica Heinström Students’ engagement in collaborative knowledge construction in group assignments for information literacy
- Sonja Špiranec and Denis Kos Information literacy practices and student protests: mapping community information landscapes
- Gary B. Thompson and Jonathan W. Lathey An integrated model of information literacy, based upon domain learning
Photo by Sheila Webber: Butterfly garden, Singapore airport

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