Tuesday, December 07, 2021

New articles: Preschool IL; IL and citizenship; Critical insights into IL tutorials; Tutorial for transition to Masters; Doctoral students' & law students' digital literacy; Cartoons

There is a new issue (volume 15 no. 3) of the open-access Journal of Information Literacy. The articles are as follows (there are also conference reports and an editorial):
- Kindergarteners building a library of their own by Hilde Terese Drivenes Moore, Irene Trysnes [a project that involved preschool children creating and sharing digital stories]
- ‘Informed’, ‘active’ and ‘engaged’? Understanding and enacting information literacy from a UK citizenship perspective by Simon Paul Cloudesley
- ‘Babe… you're a bit of a know it all’: Student love and breakup letters to a library research skills tutorial by Danielle Dennie, Susie Breier
- (Mis)information, information literacy, and democracy by Pascal Lupien, Lorna Rourke
- A qualitative investigation of the digital literacy practices of doctoral students by Diane Louise Bell
- Step Up to Masters by Daniel John Pullinger, Jiani Liu [reports on the research and development of an online information literacy resource supprting transition to Masters level study]
- The implementation and embedding of digital skills and digital literacy into the curriculum considering the Covid-19 pandemic and the new SQE by Matthew Carl, Louise Worsfold [SQE=Solicitors Qualifying Examination]
- Capturing the big picture by Navroop Gill, Elena Springall [reports on research into academic librarians perceptions of challenges and supports in teaching information literacy]
- Cartooning the Cambridge University Libraries by Clare Louise Trowell
Go to https://ojs.lboro.ac.uk/JIL/issue/view/232

Photo by Sheila Webber: late autumn tree, November 2021

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