Journal of Information Literacy – Summer issue has arrived



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 has passed? by Susie Andretta

Articles from LILAC

The Evolution of an Embedded Information Literacy Module: Using Student Feedback and the Research Literature to Improve Student Performance by Allison Kavanagh

Instructional Design for the Active: Employing Interactive Technologies and Active Learning Exercises to Enhance Library Instruction by Anthony C Holderied

ILS and RTP: Support to Researchers provided by Information and Learning Services as part of the Research Training Programme at the University of Worcester, Past, Present and Future by Rachel Elizabeth Johnson

Articles

Faculty Attitudes, Perceptions and Experiences of Information Literacy: A Study Across Multiple Disciplines at York University, Canada by Sophie Bury

Evidence-Based Practice: a mind-altering substance. A blended learning course teaching information literacy for substance use prevention work by Brian Galvin

Conference corner

LILAC goes to London by Matthew Nicholas Harvey PDF

Trends on Information Literacy and LILAC 2011 by Eleni Zazani PDF

Projects

DELILA – Embedding Digital and Information Literacy OERs into the PG Cert. by Lisa Anderson PDF

The Welsh Information Literacy Project: First steps in a developing information literate nation by Joy Head, Cathie Jackson PDF

Book reviews

Book Review of Walsh, A. and Inala, P. (2010). Active learning techniques for librarians: practical examples by Nigel Morgan PDF

Book Review of Mackey, T.P and Jacobson, T.E. (2010). Teaching Information Literacy Online by Philip Russell PDF

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