Journal of Information Literacy

JIL is an international, peer- reviewed journal that aims to investigate information literacy in all its forms to address the interests of diverse IL communities of practice. JIL welcomes contributions that push the boundaries of IL beyond the educational setting and examine this phenomenon as a continuum between those involved in its development and delivery and those benefiting from its provision.  JIL has an average acceptance rate of 44% for articles submitted to the journal.

http://ojs.lboro.ac.uk/ojs/public/site/images/lbres/ilgroup_66The Journal of Information Literacy (JIL) is the professional journal of the CILIP Information Literacy Group.

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Vol 9, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Transition and evolution as we welcome the new editor!
Jane Secker
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1-3

Articles

Katherine Boss, Katelyn Angell, Eamon Tewell
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4-14
Ellen Nierenberg, Øyvind Gjems Fjeldbu
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15-33
Torunn Skofsrud Boger, Hanne Dybvik, Anne-Lise Eng, Else Helene Norheim
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34-46
Leslin H Charles
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47-61
Marc Forster
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62-73

Articles from LILAC

Alan Carbery, Sean Leahy
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74-90

Projects

Go Digital Newcastle: connecting our city
Becky Cole
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91-96

Conference corner

Association of College and Research Libraries Conference, Portland, Oregon, 25-28 March 2015
Margy MacMillan
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97-99
The 43rd Annual LOEX Conference, Denver Colorado. 30 April-2 May, 2015
Eamon Tewell
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100-101
Welsh Information Literacy Project: closing conference
Myfanwy Jones
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102-104
Information literacy in Scotland: challenges and opportunities
Dorothy Williams
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105-107
Where the buses don’t run: a LILAC 2015 conference report
Maria Nagle
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108-110
Interview with LILAC 2015 bursary winners
Lucinda A May
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111-113

Book reviews

Book Review of Kaplowitz, J.R. 2014. Designing information literacy instruction: the teaching tripod approach. Lanham: Rowman
Irene Barranco Garcia
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114-115
Book review of Markey, K., Leeder, C. and Rieh, S.Y. 2014. Designing online information literacy games students want to play. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield
Laura Woods
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116-117
Book Review of Duckworth, V. and Ade-Ojo, G. (eds). 2015. Landscapes of specific literacies in contemporary society: exploring a social model of literacy. Abingdon: Routledge
Lucy Langley
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118-119