Academic Exchange Quarterly
Winter 2005, Volume 9, Issue 4
Expanded issue up to 400+ pages.
Articles on various topics plus the following special section.
See Winter 2006 issue
Information Literacy
Feature Editor:
Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay
Head, Library Instruction
Washington State University.
Information literacy has transformed many bibliographic instruction or library instruction programs into more broadly based, collaborative efforts that address not only use of information resources, but also evaluation of information, ethical use of materials and awareness of economic, legal, and social issues regarding the use of information. Articles may examine theoretical and practical approaches for teaching in or managing information literacy programs, fostering collaboration between librarians and teaching faculty, defining and implementing information literacy competencies and standards, and examining models and methods of instruction. Other articles may explore teaching information literacy via distance education, integrating information literacy across the curriculum, teaching information literacy via credit courses, and assessment of information literacy skills.

Who Should Submit:
Librarians and/or faculty who have designed, taught and/or assessed information literacy programs are invited to submit manuscripts.

Please identify your submission with keyword: INFOLIT
Submission deadline:
Regular deadline: any time until the end of August 2005. All accepted submissions will be published in this Winter issue, December.
Short deadline: September or October. All accepted submissions will be published in this Winter issue or in later issues.
Submit early and have an opportunity to be considered for Editors' Choice and/or Monthly Exchange

Submission Procedure:


Similar CFP:
	The Many Faces of Information Competence
Previous Information Literacy issues: Winter 2004 Fall 2003       Winter 2002
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