Wednesday, October 08, 2014

New articles; Bibliography of 2013; EFL; Faculty roles

The latest issue of Reference Services Review (priced journal) includes their annual annotated information literacy bibliography (the first item referenced below). Although with some bias to North America, it is still a very valuable resource every year: the 2013 version includes 501 items, 313 of those covering the academic sector (which always has the largest number of articles). At the moment it is the preprint version which is available on the website, so the articles listed below do not have page numbers.
- Detmering R. et al. (2014). Library Instruction and Information Literacy 2013. Reference Services Review, 42 (4).
- Jumonville, A. (2014) The Role of Faculty Autonomy in a Course-Integrated Information Literacy Program. Reference Services Review, 42 (4).
- Johnston, N., Partridge, H. and Hughes, H. (2014). Understanding the Information Literacy Experiences of EFL (English as a Foreign Language) Students. Reference Services Review, 42 (4).
Photo by Sheila Webber: Farewell tall ships, Greenwich, September 2014.

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