Tuesday, July 28, 2015

New articles: data information literacy, international students, first year experience, copyright, integration

The latest issue of the Journal of academic librarianship (volume 41 no. 4; this is a priced publication) includes
- “It's in the Syllabus”: Identifying Information Literacy and Data Information Literacy Opportunities Using a Grounded Theory Approach by Clarence Maybee, Jake Carlson, Maribeth Slebodnik, Bert Chapman
- Beyond Embedded: Creating an Online-Learning Community Integrating Information Literacy and Composition Courses by Mary Beth Burgoyne, Kim Chuppa-Cornell
- Creation and Use of Intellectual Works in the Academic Environment: Students' Knowledge About Copyright and Copyleft by Enrique Muriel-Torrado, Juan-Carlos Fernández-Molina
- Student, Librarian, and Instructor Perceptions of Information Literacy Instruction and Skills in a First Year Experience Program: A Case Study by Sung Un Kim, David Shumaker
- Demographic Differences in International Students' Information Source Uses and Everyday Information Seeking Challenges by Sei-Ching Joanna Sin
- Establishing a Participatory Library Model: A Grounded Theory Study by Linh Cuong Nguyen
- Foregrounding the Research Log in Information Literacy Instruction by Louise R. Fluk
The issue page is at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00991333/41/4
Photo by Sheila Webber: bee, July 2015

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