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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.
Conceptions of Teaching and Learning in the Context of a School Library Project: Preliminary Findings of a Follow-up Study by Eeva Kurttila-Matero, Maija-Leena Huotari, and Terttu Kortelainen. pp. 203-217.
School Students, Question Formulation and Issues of Transfer: a Constructivist Grounded Analysis by James E. Herring. pp. 218-229.
Information Literacy Training for Postgraduate and Postdoctoral Researchers: a National Survey and its Implications by David Streatfield, David Allen, and Tom Wilson. pp. 230-240.
All the World’s a Stage – the Information Practices and Sense-Making of Theatre Professionals by Michael R. Olsson. pp. 241-252.
The Best-Laid Schemes? The Provision and Accessibility of Government Consultation Information in the UK by Graeme Baxter. pp. 253-267.
Perceiving and Using Genre by Form – An Eye-Tracking Study by Malcolm Clark, Ian Ruthven, and Patrik O’Brian Holt. pp. 268-280.