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Journal of Information Literacy
About the Journal
Vol 5 No 1 (2011)
Information literacy: a term whose time has passed?
Peer reviewed articles from LILAC
The evolution of an embedded information literacy module: using student feedback and the research literature to improve student performance
Instructional design for the active: Employing interactive technologies and active learning exercises to enhance library instruction
Anthony C Holderied
ILS and RTP: Support to researchers provided by Information and Learning Services as part of the Research Training Programme at the University of Worcester, past, present and future.
Rachel E Johnson
Research articles (peer-reviewed articles)
Faculty attitudes, perceptions and experiences of information literacy: a study across multiple disciplines at York University, Canada.
Evidence-based practice: a mind-altering substance. A blended learning course teaching information literacy for substance use prevention work.
LILAC goes to London
Matthew N Harvey
Trends on information literacy discussed at LILAC 2011
DELILA – Embedding digital and information literacy OERs into the PG Cert.
The Welsh Information Literacy Project: First steps in developing an information literate nation
Joy Head, Cathie Jackson
Book reviews (and reviews of other relevant literature)
Book Review of Walsh, A. and Inala, P. 2010. Active learning techniques for librarians: practical examples. Oxford: Chandos Publishing.
Book Review of Mackey, T. P. and Jacobson, T. E. (eds.) 2011. Teaching information literacy online. London: Facet.