New issue of the Journal of Information Literacy



A new issue of the Journal of Information Literacy, the open access journal of the CILIP IL Group, has just been published. As ever, it includes the latest in IL research, plus conference reports and book reviews. The full contents are listed below.

Articles
Instructor perceptions of student information literacy: comparing international IL models to reality Patricia Sandercock
Student perspectives: redesigning a research assignment handout through the academic literacies model Alison Hicks
Auditing information literacy skills of secondary school students in Singapore Shaheen Majid, Yun-Ke Chang, Shubert Foo
Using the I-LEARN model for information literacy instruction Stacey Greenwell

Articles from LILAC
Find the gap: mapping and evaluating library instruction reach using syllabi Erin Alcock, Kathryn Rose

Conference corner
Information: Interactions and Impact (i3) 2015 Geoff Walton, Dorothy Williams
Digital literacy and digital inclusion TeachMeets in London and Leeds Jacqueline Geekie
LILAC 2016: interviews with bursary winners Anna Theis
LILAC 2016: reflections Amy O’Donohoe
Research-based practice in libraries summit 2016 Priya Thomas
LOEX 2016: learning from the past, building for the future Katelyn Angell
Measuring value: the impact of information literacy and its evaluation Michelle O’Connell

Reviews
Book review: Upson, M., Hall, C.M. and Cannon, K. 2015. Information now: a graphic guide to student research. Niamh Tumelty
Book review: Jacobson, T.E. and Mackey, T.P (eds). Metaliteracy in practice. Jess Haigh

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