The latest issue of the Journal of Information Literacy (JIL) is now available, and includes reports on the Librarians Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC 2014) by the two Student Award winners.
The Journal of Information Literacy is the international, peer-reviewed, open access journal of the CILIP Information Literacy Group, and aims to investigate information literacy (IL) across a wide range of settings.
The contents of Issue 8 (1) are as follows:
A matter of perspective, Jane Secker
Assessing information literacy programmes using information search tasks. Nikolas Leichner, Johannes Peter, Anne-Kathrin Mayer, Günter Krampen
Bilingual workplaces: integrating cultural approaches to information literacy into foreign language educational practices. Alison Hicks
The creation of a university library outreach programme to develop the information literacy of further education students: an interactive approach to support transition. Lisa Anderson, Stephen Bull
Articles from LILAC
Exploring the lived information-seeking experiences of mature students. Sarah Clark
AMORES – Discovering a love for literature through digital collaboration and creativity. Geoff Walton
Information literacy: a matter of course. Elizabeth Tilley
Graduate information literacy in online education using the embedded librarian model. Lauryl A. Lefebvre, Martha C. Yancey
LILAC 2014 Conference report: a student’s perspective. Amanda Brennan
LILAC and IL: Views from outside the academy. Penny C S Andrews
Book Review of Heine, C. and O’Connor, D. 2014. Teaching information fluency: how to teach students to be efficient, ethical and critical information consumers. Lanham: The Scarecrow Press. Jennifer Wilson
Book Review of Hepworth, M. and Walton, G. (eds). 2013. Developing people’s information capabilities. Bingley: Emerald. Evi Tramantza
Book review of Baker, K. 2013. Information literacy and cultural heritage. Cambridge: Chandos Publishing. Lorna Hughes
Book review of Crawford, J. and Irving, C. 2013. Information literacy and lifelong learning: policy issues, the workplace, health and public libraries. Oxford: Chandos Publishing. Natasha Skeen
Find out how more about JIL, including how to contribute an article.