Monday, February 10, 2014

cfp Journal of Creative Library Practice

The the open-access Journal of Creative Library Practice (JCLP) is accepting papers and manuscripts concerning information literacy/ library instruction. "We know that many librarians employ creative techniques to teach library instruction sessions, so if you have had success implementing a new method or idea, we would love to hear about it. Below are some other topic ideas. Did you: Teach elementary school students how to code? Demonstrate how to use a 3D printer? Implement board game concepts into a session? Create a new way to assess learning outcomes? Teach a class using an established technique but with a twist? Have students use a unique piece of software?"  JCLP publishes articles, opinion pieces, and peer-reviewed research. For more info, go to
Photo by Sheila Webber, taken in Second Life: a student at Edinburgh University visits my information literacy installation, January 2014

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