Friday, June 15, 2012

call for papers, information literacy

Call for Papers
Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian

Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian is now accepting manuscripts for an issue focusing on "Critical Information Literacy in the Social Sciences" to be published as volume 32(1). The special issue will focus on the following topics:
  • Discussion/analyses of critical information literacy methods/practices
  • Assessment of impact of critical information literacy on student learning
  • Impact of critical information literacy on collection development, reference services or other areas of library work
  • Collaborative efforts with faculty/instructors in applying critical information literacy
  • Discussion/analyses of critical information literacy among different library users or subject areas
  • Critical information literacy standards and outcomes
  • Discussion of relevant theories
The deadline for submissions is September 7, 2012. Please send all submissions and questions to the editor, Lisa Romero,
For more information about Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, including complete submission guidelines and instructions, please visit the journal webpage:

1 comment:

Academic Writer said...

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