Monday, June 30, 2014

New articles: Reference Services Review

Reference Services Review (priced journal) has, as usual, a good quota of information literacy articles in its latest issue (Volume 42 issue 2). Abstracts (plus articles for those with subscriptions) are at They include:
- Teaching metaliteracy: a new paradigm in action: Donna Witek, Teresa Grettano
- Stages of instruction: theatre, pedagogy and information literacy: Julia Furay
- Authentic engagement: assessing the effects of authenticity on student engagement and information literacy in academic library instruction: Kevin Michael Klipfel
- Overcoming the barriers to information literacy programs: CALM Lab for English majors at Dickinson College: Christine Bombaro
- Evidence-based instruction integration: a syllabus analysis project: Katherine Boss, Emily Drabinski
- Crowdsourcing the curriculum: information literacy instruction in first-year writing: Jamie White-Farnham, Carolyn Caffrey Gardner
- Psychology guides and information literacy: the current landscape and a proposed framework for standards-based development: Kimberly Pendell, Annie R. Armstrong
- Using transaction log analysis to assess student search behavior in the library instruction classroom: Susan Avery, Daniel G. Tracy
- An assessment of academic librarians' instructional performance in Sri Lanka: a survey: Lalith Wickramanayake
Photo by Sheila Webber: Hydrangea, June 2014

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