Innovations in Information Literacy | Rowman & Littlefield
Innovations in Information Literacy
The series will have a broad information literacy focus, both in content and audience. The cohering element would be an emphasis on innovations within information literacy. These innovations might come from new conceptions of the evolving nature of information literacy, new teaching methods, and new pedagogical technologies. Information literacy is a topic of perennial interest in the field of librarianship, and with so many new developments over the years, there has always been a great deal to write about. We are in a period that feels particularly vibrant with ideas. These originate from developing conceptions of the field (the new ACRL Framework and metaliteracy are just two sparking conversation), other ideas arise from the potential of evolving technologies, and still others from shifts in the educational landscape. In addition, much is happening outside the United States that will interest readers here.



Editor(s): Trudi Jacobson
Staff editorial contact: Charles Harmon (CHarmon@rowman.com)
Transforming Academic Library Instruction: Shifting Teaching Practices to Reflect Changed Perspectives
AMANDA NICHOLS HESS
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers • September 2018 • Professional
Teaching with Digital Badges: Best Practices for Libraries
EDITED BY KELSEY O'BRIEN AND TRUDI E. JACOBSON
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers • September 2018 • Professional
Developing Dynamic Intersections between Collection Development and Information Literacy Instruction
AMANDA SCULL
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers • September 2017 • Professional