Sunday, March 31, 2024

Recent articles: information literacy and social justice issues

Photo by Sheila Webber of branches of cherry blossom in March 2024

The latest issue of the open-access Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship (no. 105, 2024) is a Special Issue on Social Justice which has several articles about, or relevant to, information literacy:
- ‘Scientists Like Me’: Using Culturally Relevant Information Literacy Instruction to Foster Student STEM Identity by Sheena Campbell and Nancy Wallace
- Teaching Intersectionality in Instructional Librarianship: Asynchronous Information Literacy Instruction in the Health Sciences by Matthew Chase
- Critical Pedagogies and Critical Information Literacy in STEM librarianship: A Literature Review by Cay del Junco
- Inclusive Science Communication Approaches Through an Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice (EDISJ) Lens by Aditi Gupta, Sree Gayathri Talluri, Sajib Ghosh
- Librarians, Undergraduate Research, and Diversity Support Programs: Partnerships Towards Social Justice by Diana E. Park and Stephanie K. Ramos
- This Habit is Hard to Break: How to Incorporate Different Voices in STEM Information Literacy by Kari D. Weaver, Kate Mercer and Stephanie Mutch
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Photo by Sheila Webber: cherry blossom, March 2024

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