New issue of Journal of Information Literacy released

A brand-new issue of the Journal of Information Literacy (JIL) is out this week: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2023). It’s fully open access, so you can browse all the research articles, project reports, and book reviews.

Editor-in-Chief, Alison Hicks, introduces the issue, and explains the need for information literacy to explore new approaches: Stay in our lane? No thanks!

Topics include:

  • information literacy (IL) from an indigenous perspective.
  • nursing student reflections on an evidence-based practice IL assessment.
  • how school libraries prepare First-Generation Students for further study.
  • defining the role of HE teaching librarians.
  • an approach for addressing AI in teaching and professional practice.

Access JIL’s archive (now back in place).

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