I am thrilled to announce the publication of volume 11(2) of JIL. Please peruse and enjoy the contents below – JIL is open access, so nothing will stand in your way!
In this issue we have articles on student research fairs; school librarians’ perceptions of teachers’ information literacy; the ‘otherly’ experience of distance learning; and #BlackLivesMatter in the information literacy classroom.
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Information Literacy
The greatness of small things Emma Coonan
Celebrating undergraduate students’ research at York University Sophie Bury, Dana Craig, Sarah Shujah
Using audience response systems to enhance student engagement and learning in information literacy teaching Paula Funnell
School library staff perspectives on teacher information literacy and collaboration Christine McKeever, Jessica Bates, Jacqueline Reilly
Distance learning as alterity: facilitating the experience of variation and professional information practice Lee Webster, Andrew Whitworth
Articles from LILAC
Examining structural oppression as a component of information literacy: A call for librarians to support #BlackLivesMatter through our teaching Angela Pashia
Exploring the experience of undergraduate students attending a library induction during Welcome Week at the University of Surrey Charlotte Barton
Broussard, M. S. 2017. Reading, research, and writing: teaching information literacy with process-based research assignments David Mark Dettman
Forster, M. (ed.) (2017). Information literacy in the workplace Lynne Meehan
ECIL 2017 Jane Secker