The Academy JISC Academic Integrity Service has produced the publication Supporting academic integrity: approaches and resources for higher education, which will be of particular interest to lecturers, educational developers, student services managers or academic conduct officers who would like a better feel for the current issues relating to student plagiarism and associated concerns. This guide is designed to provide ‘a […]



Vol. 50. (no. 7/8) of the Journal of Library Administration contains some articles on information literacy that maybe of interest. Anything, Anywhere, Anytime: The Promise of the ANimated Tutorial Sharing Project for Online and Mobile Information Literacy by Kazakoff-Lane, C.  pp. 747-766.  http://zetoc.mimas.ac.uk/wzgw?db=etoc&terms=RN280542348&field=zid Library-Led Faculty Workshops: Helping Distance Educators Meet Information Literacy Goals in the Online Classroom by Miller, R.; […]



Avila, Spain, 10 to 12 March 2011  – http://www.mlearning-conf.org/ Conference background and goals The IADIS Mobile Learning 2011 International Conference seeks to provide a forum for the discussion and presentation of mobile learning research.  In particular, but not exclusively, we aim to explore the theme of mobile learning under the following: Pedagogical approaches and theories for mobile lifelong learning. For […]



The 6th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference – 2nd Call for Submissions The International Programme Committee for EBLIP6 invites the submission of abstracts for both papers and posters for the conference to be held at the University of Salford, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom from 27-30th June 2011. Details of the conference can be found on the conference […]



For library and faculty staff from LIS and cognate areas who are interested in becoming reviewers for JIL and LILAC. The course, facilitated by Susie Andretta, aims to explore the role of the reviewer in ascertaining the quality of a paper and to demonstrate the critical appraisal practices that a reviewer should employ to fulfil such a role. Date: 19 […]



The first issue of ITALICS for 2011 will be a general issue with a flexible learning strand.  Papers are welcome on all aspects of learning and teaching in the Information and Comptuer Sciences disciplines. If you are interested in submitting a paper to the next issue please follow this url; http://ww.ics.heacademy.ac.uk/italics/paperscall.htm Important Dates: – Deadline for submission of papers – […]



LIBRI is now available online. Subscribers to the printed edition enjoy immediate access to the current issues online.  Visit: http://www.reference-global.com/ Vol. 60, No. 3 has a several articles on IL.  They are: Information Literacy as a Human Right  by Paul Sturges and Almuth Gastinger.  pp. 195-202. http://www.reference-global.com/doi/abs/10.1515/libr.2010.017?ai=w8&ui=20w1&af=T Conceptions of Teaching and Learning in the Context of a School Library Project: […]



Communications in Information Literacy has just published its latest issue – Vol. 4 (no. 1) at http://www.comminfolit.org/. The papers are: Editorial – Teaching matters: Developing as a Teacher/Librarian Rules of Engagement: Best Practices for Connecting with Students by Janelle M Zauha. Perspectives Who’s in Charge Here? Authority, Authoritativeness, and the Undergraduate Researcher by MaryBeth Meszaros. Unlearn What You Have Learned: […]