Monday, June 13, 2016

New articles in #JInfoLit : instructor perceptions; assignments; schoolchildern's IL; I-LEARN

The latest issue of the open access Journal of Information Literacy (volume 10 no. 1, 2016) has been published: it includes:
- Instructor perceptions of student information literacy: comparing international IL models to reality by Patricia Sandercock
- Student perspectives: redesigning a research assignment handout through the academic literacies model by Alison Hicks
- Auditing information literacy skills of secondary school students in Singapore by Shaheen Majid, Yun-Ke Chang, Shubert Foo
- Using the I-LEARN model for information literacy instruction by Stacey Greenwell
- Find the gap: evaluating library instruction reach using syllabi by Erin Alcock, Kathryn Rose
There are also numerous conference reports, and book reviews.
Photo by Sheila Webber: wild rose, June 2016

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