The Information Literacy Journal Club is an online discussion group focusing on information literacy and other aspects of user education.
Everyone is welcome to participate, whether you are a current student of ILS, an established information professional or just generally interested in the subject area.
The Club’s next online blog-comment meeting takes place at 8-9 pm UK time (times elsewhere in the world) on Wednesday, 19th February 2014.
The focus of the session will be the agenda(s) for information literacy research.
Discussion topics are likely to include:
- What do you think of the research agendas that other people have drawn up? (see pre-discussion reading)
- What do you think are the top priorities for research in Information Literacy?
To participate in the discussion, just visit the Journal Club’s homepage and comment on the latest blog post. More information and links to some pre-discussion reading are available from the same page.
If you are not able to make the real-time discussion at 8pm on 19th February, you are welcome to leave posts before or after.
If you would like to see an example of how the sessions work in practice, you can take a look at the previous discussion posts.