Alison Pope and Geoff Walton’s new book ‘Information literacy: infiltrating the agenda, challenging minds’ 9781843346104 was published by Chandos Woodhead this month. There are chapters from well known authors in the field of information literacy – John Crawford, Bob Glass, Nancy Graham, Christine Irving, Gareth Johnson, and Drew Whitworth, new authors Kirsty Baker, Katharine Reedy […]
i³ is concerned with the quality and effectiveness of the interaction between people and information and how this interaction can bring about change in individuals, organisations, communities and society. The conference will look beyond the issues of use and accessibility of technology to questions about the way people interact with the information and knowledge content
A new issue of the journal of Information Research (Vol. 16, no. 2) is now available. It contains articles on information literacy and search behaviour that may be of interest to you all. James E. Herring – From school to work and from work to school: information environments and transferring information literacy practices Peta Wellstead
The Editorial Team is pleased to announce that the Summer issue 2011 of the Journal of Information Literacy (JIL) has been published. It contains articles, conference and project reports and book reviews. Please see the Table of Contents below, the articles are available in full text at: http://ojs.lboro.ac.uk/ojs/index.php/JIL/index Editorial Information literacy: a term whose time
The winner of the UK Information Literacy Practitioner of the Year award was announced at LILAC in London, UK. The awards were judged and presented by Liz Chapman, Director of Library Services at the LSE and Gaynor Eyre, Head of the Department of Information Studies at Aberystwyth University. Duncan Chappell from Glasgow School of Art
The nominees for this year’s Information Literacy Practitioner of the Year Award have been announced. They are: Duncan Chappell (Glasgow School of Art) Sonja Haerkonen (Cardiff University) Clare McCluskey (York St John University) Audrey Morton (Burrowmoor Primary School) Geoff Walton (Staffordshire University) The winner will be announced on the 19th April at the LILAC dinner.
Libri Vol. 61, No. 1, March 2011 has two articles on Information Literacy. Enhancing Information Literacy through the Application of Whole Brain Strategies by Ann-Louise de Boer, Theo Bothma, and Pieter du Toit. Actors of Information Literacy Education in Latvia by Liga Krumina and Laila Parsova.
The Journal of Information Technology Education has an article on information literacy. Stagg, A.; Lane, M. (2010) Using Clickers to Support Information Literacy Skills Development and Instruction in First-Year Business Students. The Journal of Information Technology Education. Vol. 9, pp. 197-215
Research supervisors can play a crucial role in the effective imparting of relevant skills, knowledge and understanding. But in reality, they often are not able, well-equipped or even predisposed to play such a rolein realtion to information literacy. RIN are pleased to announce that they have awarded a study into how supervisors support research students