Journal of Information Literacy

The Journal of Information Literacy publishes innovative and challenging research articles and project reports which push the boundaries of information literacy thinking in theory, practice and method, and which aim to develop deep and critical understandings of the role, contribution and impact of information literacies in everyday contexts, education and the workplace.

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 9, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Innovative approaches: information, identity and the individual
Emma Coonan
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1-5

Articles

Sandra Bebbington, Andre Vellino
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6-26
Andrea Wilcox Brooks
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27-36
Hazel Rothera
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37-61
Paula Funnell
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62-83
Angela Pashia, Jessica Critten
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84-93
Charles Inskip
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94-110

Articles from LILAC

Emily Wheeler, Pamela McKinney
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111-128

Projects

Final report on the National Forum on Information Literacy (NFIL)
Sharon A. Weiner, Lana W. Jackman
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129-130

Conference corner

WILU 2015: Sea change in Newfoundland
Alan Carbery
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131-132
ECIL 2015: Information literacy in the greenhouse
Stephane Goldstein, Chris Morrison, Jane Secker, Geoff Walton
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133-135

Book reviews

Book review of Markgraf, J., Hinnant, K., Jennings, E. and Kishel, H. 2015. Maximizing the one-shot: connecting library instruction with the curriculum. London: Rowman & Littlefield.
Stephanie Farley
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136-137
Book review of Kelly J.V. and Zurkowski, P. 2015. Zurkowski's 40 year information literacy movement fueling the next 40 years of action literacy: empowering "we the people" in the information age.
Pamela McKinney
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138-139
Book review of Ishiyama, J., Miller, W.J. and Simon, E. (eds). 2015. Handbook on teaching and learning in political science and international relations. Cheltenham: Elgar.
Lauren Smith
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140-141