Because I have been asked t share the resources I collected, I’m putting them here. Immediate I ran into a problem: I moved just over 4K files from an old computer to a new one and I’m getting a lot of alias errors and fixing isn’t working so I need to go back and recollect items – bother. Also the new laptop is only a 13″ screen (old one was 16″ and what a difference it made) and I’m having a difficult time adjust the way I work. In addition to the links below, I have Joanna Burkhardt’s 2016 book of sample exercises – Teaching Information Literacy Reframed.

The project begins from the need to turn a 2016 Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education that replace ** into a self-study product. Let’s see if I can add the actual Framework document – bother; okay, here is the link to the Framework document. For articles, following is the bibliography of items available through Buley databases or directly on the Web: 

Badke, W. (2015). The effect of artificial intelligence on the future of information literacy. Online Researcher, 39(4), 71-73.

Battista, A., et al. (2015). Seeking social justice in the ACRL Framework. Communications in Information Literacy, 9(2), 111-125.

Branch, N. A. (2019). Illuminating social justice in the Framework: Transformative methodology, concept mapping, and learning outcomes development for critical information literacy. Communications in Information Literacy, 13(1), 4-44. 

Bruce, C., et al. (2017). Information literacy and informed learning: Conceptual innovations for IL research and practice futures. Journal of Information Literacy, 11(1), 4-22.

Carter, S., Koopmans, H., & Whiteside, A. (2018). Crossing the studio art threshold: Information literacy and creative populations. Communications in Information Literacy, 12(1), 36-55.

Curtis, R. (2016). Information Literacy Advocates: developing student skills through a peer support approach. Health Information and Libraries Journal, 33(4), 334-339.

Elm, J. (2017). Lessons from forty years as a literacy educator: An information literacy narrative. Journal of Information Literacy, 11(1) › JIL › article › download › PRA-V11-I1-2

Gammons, R. W., & Inge, L. T. (2017). Using the ACRL Framework to develop a student-centered model for program-level assessment. Communications in Information Literacy, 11(1), 168-184.

Garcia, L., & Labatte, J. (2015). Threshold concepts as metaphors for the creative process: Adapting the Framework for Information Literacy to studio art classes. Journal of the Art Libraries Society of North America, 34(2), 235-248.

Gersch, B., Lampner, W., & Turner, D. (2016). Collaborative metaliteracy: Putting the new information literacy Framework into (digital) practice. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning, 10:3-4, 199-214, DOI: 10.1080/1533290X.2016.1206788

Goldstein, S. (Ed.). (2020). Informed societies: Why information literacy matters for citizenship, participation and democracy. London: Facet Publishing. Review:

Gregory, L., & Higgins, S. (2017). Reorienting an information literacy program toward social justice: Mapping the core values of librarianship to the ACRL Framework. Communications in Information Literacy, 11(1), 42-54.

Greer, K., & McCann, S. (2018). Everything online is a website: Information format confusion in student citation behaviors. Communications in Information Literacy, 12(2), 150-165.

Haren, S. M. (2019, April). Reframing from the ground up: Redesigning a credit-bearing information literacy course using the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. C&RL News, 212-215.

Hess, A. N. (2015). Motivational design in information literacy instruction. Communications in Information Literacy 9(1), 44-59.

Levitcv, D. (2017, April). Using the Women’s March to examine freedom of speech, social justice, and social action through information literacy. Teacher Librarian, 44(4), 12-15.

Mery, Y., Newby, J., & Peng, K. (2012). Why one-shot information literacy sessions are not the future of instruction: A case for online credit courses. College & Research Libraries, 73(4), 366.

Rivano Eckerdal, J. (2017). Libraries, democracy, information literacy, and citizenship: An agonistic reading of central library and information studies’ concepts. Journal of Documentation, 73(5),
1010-1033. DOI 10.1108/JD-12-2016-0152

Saunders, L. (2017). Connecting information literacy and social justice: Why and how. Communications in Information Literacy, 11(1), 55-75.

Sånchez Vanderkast, E. J. (2013). Information literacy, a cornerstone of democratic society: A component of an information policy. Communications in Computer and Information Science, 397, 79-85.

Schmidt Hanbidge, A., Tin, T., & Sanderson, N. (2018). Information literacy skills on the go: Mobile learning innovation.  Journal of Information Literacy 12(1), 118.

Todd, R. J. (2017). Information literacy: Agendas for a sustainable future. Journal of Information Literacy, 11(1), 120-136.


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