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 8, No 2 (2014)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Broadening the scope of information literacy in 2015: beyond libraries
Jane Secker
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1-2

Articles

Margy Elizabeth MacMillan
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3-22
Sarah McNicol, Emily Shields
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23-35
Karen Marie Øvern
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36-55

Articles from LILAC

Sarah Purcell, Rachel Barrell
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56-70

Special Section: Information Literacy in Schools

Guest editorial: Information literacy in schools
Ross J Todd
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71-72
Kerry-Ann Rodney-Wellington
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73-100
Margrethe B. Søvik
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101-117
Ruth Ash-Argyle, Snunith Shoham
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118-140

Conference corner

Seminar report: Demonstrating the value of information literacy to staff and students
Philip Russell
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141-144
IFLA information literacy satellite meeting, Limerick, 14th-15th August 2014
Clare McCluskey
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145-146
Event report: Writing research proposals and publications
Emma Silvey
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147-148
Report from the Second European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL), Dubrovnik, Croatia. 20-23 October 2014
Maria Bell
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149-153

Projects

Teaching information literacy - the role of the university libraries in Germany
Fabian Franke, Wilfried Suhl-Strohmenger
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154-160
Welsh Information Literacy Project: Phase 4 2013/14
Andrew Eynon
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161-164
InformAll - information literacy for all
Stephane Goldstein
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165-166

Book reviews

Book review of Whitworth, A. 2014. Radical information literacy: reclaiming the political heart of the IL movement. Oxford: Chandos.
Charlie Inskip
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167-168
Book review of Mackey T. and Jacobson, T. 2014. Metaliteracy: reinventing information literacy to empower learners. Chicago, IL: Neal-Schuman.
Christopher Guy Walker
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169-170
Book review of Mery, Y. and Newby, J. 2014. Online By design: the essentials of creating information literacy courses. Lahnam: Rowman & Littlefield.
Cindy Gruwell
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171-172
Book review of Crane, B. 2013. How to teach: a practical guide for librarians. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.
Sarah Wolfenden
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173-174