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Use of Social Networking Site Consumer Training to Teach Information Literacy Threshold Concepts

By Lucinda Rush Education Reference Librarian Old Dominion University [Peer-Reviewed Article] Introduction Social networking sites (SNS) have been integrated seamlessly into our everyday lives, and college students are one of their biggest consumers (Lenhart, et. al. 2010). Just as … Continue reading

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Exploring Creative Information Literacy Practices via Divergent Thinking

by Joseph Hartnett Information Services Librarian Assistant Professor Baruch College, City University of New York [Peer-Reviewed Article] Abstract Encouraged by the ACRL Framework’s call for librarians to adopt more engaging methods to teach students, as well as for students … Continue reading

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Please support the journal

We have started up a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for our help pay for our annual hosting fees. The journal editors have been paying annual fees for website hosting, which is $179/year. We are raising money to cover a … Continue reading

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Please say hello to a new editor, Derrick Jefferson

We would like to say welcome to a new editor for the journal.  We are very excited to have Derrick Jefferson join the editorial team.  If you would like to learn more about him, this post at American University is … Continue reading

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Supporting the Professional Writing Program with Online Modules – Collaboration and Engagement, Theory and Reality

Authors: Lily Griner (griner at umd dot edu) Yelena Luckert (yluckert at umd dot edu) Judy Markowitz (judym at umd dot edu) Nevenka Zdravkovska (nevenka at umd dot edu) All four from the University of Maryland, College Park [Article] Abstract … Continue reading

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