The Journal of Information Literacy (JIL) is looking to recruit a Book Review Editor to their editorial team. JIL is a successful peer reviewed journal, published under the Gold Open Access model, by the CILIP Information Literacy Group.
If you would like to be considered for the role of Book editor, which is in a voluntary capacity, please send a brief personal statement (no more than 500 words) indicating your ability to undertake the activities listed in the role description and how you meet the person specification. Please send this personal statement, together with a CV, to the Managing Editor, Cathie Jackson, at JacksonCM@cardiff.ac.uk. The deadline for applications is Monday 26 August 2013.
Their thanks go to Martin Wolf from Liverpool University who has so ably managed the reviews section over the past four years.
The Journal of Information Literacy (JIL) is looking to recruit a Digital Communications Officer to their editorial team. JIL is a successful peer reviewed journal that disseminates articles on practical, technological or philosophical issues in relation to information literacy. The editorial team wishes to reach a wider audience both within and external to librarianship and are seeking an enthusiastic person who will develop innovative strategies to further raise the profile of JIL.
The role description is available JIL Digital Communications Officer JD. If you would like to be considered for this role, which is in a voluntary capacity, please send a brief personal statement (no more than 500 words) indicating your ability to undertake the activities listed in the job description. Please send this personal statement, together with a CV, to the Managing Editor, Cathie Jackson, at JacksonCM@ cardiff.ac.uk. The deadline for applications is Thursday 7 March.
Computers and Education, VOL 56; NUMBER 3 (2011) has an article on information literacy.
Attention paid to feedback provided by a computer-based assessment for learning on information literacy by Timmers, C.; Veldkamp, B. pp. 923-930
The new issue of the IFLA journal (VOL 36 NUMB 4, 2010) has an article on IL.
Assessing information literacy competency of Information Science and Library Management graduate students of Dhaka University by Islam, M.A.; Tsuji, K. pp. 300-316
The Science and Technology Libraries journal, VOL 29 NUMBER 4 (2010) has two articles on information literacy. They are:
Science Education and Information Literacy: A Grass-Roots Effort to Support Science Literacy in Schools by Griffin, K.; Ramachandran, H. pp. 325-349
The Physics of Designing an Integrated Physics Information Literacy Program by Gamsby, M. pp. 350-361
The new issue of Serials Review [VOL 36; NUMBER 4 (2010)] has an article on information literacy.
Information Literacy in the Library Workforce by Weiner, S. A. pp. 203-204
Bibliotheksdienst. Vol. 44; Issue 11 (2010) pp. 1039-1052
Funf Jahre Studieneinheit „Informationskompetenz / information literacy; – Ruckblick und Ausblick. Werr, N.
Very roughly translated is: Library Service. Voll 44, Issue 11 (2010), pp. 1039-1052
Five-year study unit “information literacy; looking back and outlook by Werr, N.
College Libraries & Research News new issue (Vol. 71 (10) has articles on information literacy, including:
- Introducing transliteracy: What does it mean to academic libraries? by Tom Ipri. pp. 532-567
- Information literacy and higher education: A toolkit for curricular integration by Jennifer Jarson. pp. 534-538
Vol. 50. (no. 7/8) of the Journal of Library Administration contains some articles on information literacy that maybe of interest.
Anything, Anywhere, Anytime: The Promise of the ANimated Tutorial Sharing Project for Online and Mobile Information Literacy by Kazakoff-Lane, C. pp. 747-766. http://zetoc.mimas.ac.uk/wzgw?db=etoc&terms=RN280542348&field=zid
Library-Led Faculty Workshops: Helping Distance Educators Meet Information Literacy Goals in the Online Classroom by Miller, R.; O Donnell, E.; Pomea, N.; Rawson, J.; Shepard, R.; Thomes, C. pp. 830-856 http://zetoc.mimas.ac.uk/wzgw?db=etoc&terms=RN280542408&field=zid
Taking Library 2.0 to the Next Level: Using a Course Wiki for Teaching Information Literacy to Honors Students by Niedbala, M.A.; Fogleman, J. pp. 867-882 http://zetoc.mimas.ac.uk/wzgw?db=etoc&terms=RN280542426&field=zid
Writing as an Information Literacy Tool: Bringing Writing in the Disciplines to an Online Library Class by Ovadia, S. pp. pp. 899-908. http://zetoc.mimas.ac.uk/wzgw?db=etoc&terms=RN280542440&field=zid