Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Latest issue of Reference Services Review

Volume 39, Issue 1, 2011 of Reference Services Review (priced journal, abstracts here: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=0090-7324) includes:
- Information is social: information literacy in context by Jennifer Hoyer (pp. 10 - 23)
- Formative assessment: transforming information literacy instruction by Michelle Kathleen Dunaway, Michael Teague Orblych (pp. 24 - 41)
- I've lost my identity – oh, there it is … in a style manual: Teaching citation styles and academic honesty by Sarah Park, Lori A. Mardis, Connie Jo Ury (pp. 42 - 57)
- When coming to campus is not an option: using web conferencing to deliver library instruction by Anne C. Barnhart, Andrea G. Stanfield (pp. 58 - 65)
- Inside the iPod, outside the classroom by Susan Mikkelsen, Sara Davidson (pp. 66 - 80)
- “I can't find anything”: Towards establishing a continuum in curriculum-integrated library instruction by Brook Stowe (pp. 81 - 97)
- Assessing the reliability and validity of locally developed information literacy test items by Yvonne Mery, Jill Newby, Ke Peng (pp. 98 - 122)
- The librarian's role in combating plagiarism by Nancy Snyder Gibson, Christina Chester-Fangman (pp. 132 - 150)
- Expanding the reference vocabulary: A methodology for applying Bloom's taxonomy to increase instruction in the reference interview by David Ward (pp. 167 - 180)
Photo by Sheila Webber: Guardians at the window (the chihuahua was bouncing up and down barking, the lab looked more relaxed), Glasgow, February 2011

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