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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
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 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.