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 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Editorial

A matter of perspective PDF
Jane Secker 1-2

Articles

Assessing information literacy programmes using information search tasks PDF
Nikolas Leichner, Johannes Peter, Anne-Kathrin Mayer, Günter Krampen 3-20
Bilingual workplaces: integrating cultural approaches to information literacy into foreign language educational practices PDF
Alison Hicks 21-41
The creation of a university library outreach programme to develop the information literacy of further education students: an interactive approach to support transition PDF
Lisa Anderson, Stephen Bull 42-57

Articles from LILAC

Exploring the lived information-seeking experiences of mature students PDF
Sarah Clark 58-84

Projects

AMORES - Discovering a love for literature through digital collaboration and creativity PDF
Geoff Walton 85-88
Information literacy: a matter of course PDF
Elizabeth Tilley 89-92
Graduate information literacy in online education using the embedded librarian model PDF
Lauryl A. Lefebvre, Martha C. Yancey 93-96

Conference corner

LILAC 2014 Conference report: a student’s perspective PDF
Amanda Brennan 97-99
LILAC and IL: Views from outside the academy PDF
Penny C S Andrews 100-103

Book reviews

Book Review of Heine, C. and O’Connor, D. 2014. Teaching information fluency: how to teach students to be efficient, ethical and critical information consumers. Lanham: The Scarecrow Press. PDF
Jennifer Wilson 104-105
Book Review of Hepworth, M. and Walton, G. (eds). 2013. Developing people’s information capabilities. Bingley: Emerald. PDF
Evi Tramantza 106-107
Book review of Baker, K. 2013. Information literacy and cultural heritage. Cambridge: Chandos Publishing PDF
Lorna Hughes 108-110
Book review of Crawford, J. and Irving, C. 2013. Information literacy and lifelong learning: policy issues, the workplace, health and public libraries. Oxford: Chandos Publishing. PDF
Natasha Skeen 111-112