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New Issue of the Journal of Information Literacy

The latest issue of the Journal of Information Literacy, the international, peer-reviewed, open access journal of the CILIP Information Literacy Group, has just been published. This is the biggest issue ever, with nine peer-reviewed articles and seven project reports covering topics ranging from Social Living Labs to the Funds of Knowledge first-generation students bring with them to the academic setting. This issue also carries a guest editorial by Dorothy Williams, Editorial Board member and Emeritus Professor of Information Science at Robert Gordon University.

The full contents of volume 13, issue 2 is listed below:

Guest Editorial
Connecting with the underland – Dorothy Williams


Peer reviewed articles
Older Australians’ information literacy experiences using mobile devices – Gema Linares Soler
Exploring value as a dimension of professional information literacy – Sara Sharun
Teachers and information literacy – Christine Shannon, Dr, Jacqueline Reilly, Dr, Jessica Bates, Dr
First-generation students’ information literacy in everyday contexts – Darren Ilett
Should we flip the script? – Tatiana Pashkova-Balkenhol, Mark Lenker, Emily Cox, Elizabeth Kocevar-Weidinger
Social living labs for informed learning – Hilary Hughes, Marcus Foth, Professor, Kerry Mallan, Professor
Re-visioning library support for undergraduate educational programmes in an academic health sciences library – Denise Smith
How individual consultations with a librarian can support systematic reviews in the social sciences – Michelle Dalton
Connecting theory to practice – Kieren Laura-Marie Bailey, Dr., Michele Jacobsen, Dr.


Project reports
Personalised video instruction – Emily B Kean, Cayla Robinson
Developing online instruction according to best practices – Ashley Lierman, Ariana Santiago
Engaging academic staff with reading lists– Allie Taylor
Contingent teaching through low-tech audience response systems – M. Sara Lowe, Katharine V. Macy, Sean M. Stone
WikiLiteracy – Caroline Ball
Be Media Smart – Philip Russell
The Age-Friendly Media and Information Literate (#AFMIL) City – Sheila Webber, Bill Johnston


Book Reviews
Book review of Pashia, A. and Critten, J. (eds.) 2019. Critical approaches to credit-bearing information literacy courses – Sam Aston
Book review of Mallon, M., Hays, L., Bradley, C., Huisman, R., and Belanger, J. (eds.). 2019. The grounded instruction librarian: Participating in the scholarship of teaching and learning – Jane C. Pothecary
Book review of O’Brien, K. and Jacobson, T. (eds.). 2018. Teaching with digital badges – Heather Johnston


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