A considerable amount of literature is available on information literacy. However, there are journals that concentrate on the topic.
Communications in Information Literacy is an independent, professional, refereed electronic journal dedicated to advancing knowledge, theory, and research in the area of information literacy. The journal is committed to the principles of information literacy as set forth by the Association of College and Research Libraries. CIL is also committed to the principles of open access for academic research.
The Educators’ Spotlight Digest is a multimedia, online magazine dedicated to providing information and ideas to teachers of information literacy skills.
FUMSI publishes articles and tools that aim to give individuals practical help with information skills.
JeLit: Journal of eLiteracy is a peer reviewed journal that publishes articles on IT, information literacy and the skills needed for e-learning.
JIL: Journal of Information Literacy is an international, peer-reviewed, academic journal that aims to investigate Information Literacy (IL) within a wide range of settings.
Nordic Journal of Information Literacy in Higher Education is a new peer reviewed journal.
SIMILE: Studies in media & Information Literacy Education is a peer reviewed journal that aims to bridge the gap between media and information literacy.
ITALICS has published two themed issues on information literacy:
- Vol 5, Issue 1 January 2005 – the challenges on implementing information literacy within the Higher Education community. This themed issue of ITALICS was guest edited by Susie Andretta, Senior Lecturer at London Metropolitan University.
- Vol 5, Issue 3 December 2006 – is a special conference issue of ITALICS, jointly published with the Journal of e-Literacy (JeLiT), and includes a selection of papers submitted to the eLit2006 conference and expanded for this publication.
Library and Information Update has published two themed issues on information literacy inJanuary/February 2005 and January/February 2006.