Monday, February 15, 2016

Nordic Journal of Information Literacy in Higher Education: librarians' role; skills; behaviourist vs constructivist; play

The most recent issue of the open-access Nordic Journal of Information Literacy in Higher Education (Vol 7, No 1, 2015) includes:
- Information literacy is not a one-man show by Mette Bønløkke, Else Kobow, Anne-Kirstine Østergaard Kristensen
- Informationskompetence som medlæring. Konstruktivistiske og handlingsorienterede læringsforståelser mellem uddannelseslæring og informationssøgning [in Danish] by Volkmar Engerer, Jens Kristian Dahlgaard Gudiksen
- The Role of Information Literacy in Higher Education: An Initiative at Al Akhawayn University in Morocco by Aziz El Hassani
- Bibliotekariernas roll i skolan [in Swedish] by Peter Kåhre
- An Information Literacy Course for Doctoral Students: Information Resources and Tools for Research by Ann-Louise Paasio, Kristiina Hintikka
- Information and Communication Technology Literacy Skills and Class Instruction: a Comprehensive Perception Survey of University of Benin First Year Students by Luke O. Obasuyi
- Playful Information Literacy: Play and information Literacy in Higher Education by Andrew Walsh
The issue is at
Photo by Sheila Webber: paper cutting at the Chinese new year event in the iSchool last week (I made the square paper cut)

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