Research


The Information Literacy Journal Club will once again be discussing a reading next week – Thursday 11th May 2017 at 8pm. The article to be discussed is ‘School libraries, political information and information literacy provision: findings from a Scottish study’. Smith, L.N. Journal of Information Literacy, 2016, 10(2), pp.3-25. http://dx.doi.org/10.11645/10.2.2097 Full details: http://infolitjournalclub.blogspot.co.uk/2017/05/school-libraries-political-information.html



The next information literacy online journal club discussion will take place on Thursday 30th March at 8pm BST (4pm EST) on the blog: http://infolitjournalclub.blogspot.co.uk/2017/03/flipping-classroom-in-business-and.html Anyone can join!  Participants aim to read at least some of the article in advance, then come along and join in the discussion, with each other and the authors, by adding comments to the blog post. […]



The next Information Literacy Journal Club discussion is taking place this Thursday, March 16th, starting at 8pm UK time (4pm EST, 9pm Norway). The article chosen for discussion is “An assessment of library instruction: its influence on search behaviour of first- and third-year students” by Torunn Skofsrud Boger, Hanne Dybvik, Anne-Lise Eng and Else Helene Norheim, which was published in the […]



The next Information Literacy Journal Club discussion is taking place this Thursday 2nd February, starting at 8pm. The chosen article is Student perspectives: redesigning a research assignment handout through the academic literacies model by Alison Hicks, which was published in the Journal of Information Literacy last year. Here is the abstract of the article, taken from https://ojs.lboro.ac.uk/ojs/index.php/JIL/article/view/PRA-V10-I1-2: This study explores student responses to a […]



The Information Literacy Journal Club is an online discussion group focusing on information literacy and other aspects of user education. Everyone is welcome to participate, whether you are a current student of ILS, an established information professional or just generally interested in the subject area. The next Journal Club will be discussing the I-LEARN model for information literacy instruction, taking place at […]



The Information Literacy Journal Club is an online discussion group focusing on information literacy and other aspects of user education. Everyone is welcome to participate, whether you are a current student of ILS, an established information professional or just generally interested in the subject area. The Club’s next online blog-comment meeting will take place at 15:00 UK time (times elsewhere in the world) on Thursday, 25th […]

Research


The Information Literacy Journal Club is an online discussion group focusing on information literacy and other aspects of user education. Everyone is welcome to participate, whether you are a current student of ILS, an established information professional or just generally interested in the subject area. The Club’s next online blog-comment meeting will take place at 12pm UK time (times elsewhere in the world) […]



The Information Literacy Journal Club is an online discussion group focusing on information literacy and other aspects of user education. Everyone is welcome to participate, whether you are a current student of ILS, an established information professional or just generally interested in the subject area. The Club’s next online blog-comment meeting will take place at 8-9 pm UK time (times elsewhere in the […]



The Information Literacy Journal Club is an online discussion group focusing on information literacy and other aspects of user education. Everyone is welcome to participate, whether you are a current student of ILS, an established information professional or just generally interested in the subject area. The Club’s next online blog-comment meeting takes place at 8-9 pm UK time (times elsewhere in the world) […]



The Information Literacy Journal Club is an online discussion group focusing on information literacy and other aspects of user education. Everyone is welcome to participate, whether you are a current student of ILS, an established information professional or just generally interested in the subject area. The Club’s next online blog-comment meeting takes place at 8-9 pm UK time (times elsewhere in […]