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 been published today!

In this issue, Alison Hicks’ Editorial talks about pushing the boundaries of information literacy publishing.

The full contents of volume 15, issue 3 are listed below, with direct links to the articles:


Pushing the boundaries of information literacy publishing Alison Hicks

Research articles (peer-reviewed articles)

Kindergarteners building a library of their own Hilde Terese Drivenes Moore, Irene Trysnes

‘Informed’, ‘active’ and ‘engaged’? Understanding and enacting information literacy from a UK citizenship perspective Simon Paul Cloudesley

‘Babe… you’re a bit of a know it all’: Student love and breakup letters to a library research skills tutorial Danielle Dennie, Susie Breier

(Mis)information, information literacy, and democracy Pascal Lupien, Lorna Rourke

A qualitative investigation of the digital literacy practices of doctoral students Diane Louise Bell

Project reports

Step Up to Masters Daniel John Pullinger, Jiani Liu

The implementation and embedding of digital skills and digital literacy into the curriculum considering the Covid-19 pandemic and the new SQE Matthew Carl, Louise Worsfold

Capturing the big picture Navroop Gill, Elena Springall

Cartooning the Cambridge University Libraries Clare Louise Trowell

Conference updates

FestivIL 2021 Heena Karavadra

FestivIL 2021 Amy Wong

FestivIL 2021 Charlotte Natalie Kate Dormer

ECIL 2021 Jane Hammons

ECIL 2021 Marco Schirone


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