Category Archives: Research

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship Returning in April 2017

The Spotlight on Scholarship post series is returning after a brief hiatus. Sara Miller will be taking over the post series from Donna Witek. Many thanks to Donna for her thoughtful development of this column. If you have any suggestions for scholarship that you would like to be considered for

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: Monograph Round-up

This week’s Spotlight on Scholarship offers something a bit different: a round-up of recently published monographs that offer studies, essays, and creative approaches to the Framework. As we find ourselves in a season of gift-giving, consider giving one of the following books to your favorite librarian, faculty collaborator, or library;

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship on Two-week Hiatus

The Spotlight on Scholarship post series will be on hiatus the week of Wednesday, November 30, 2016. The series will resume in two weeks on Wednesday, December 14, 2016. If you haven’t done so yet, please visit the Contact/RSS tab to subscribe to the Framework website for updates, including future

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: Witek’s “Becoming gardeners”

Today’s Spotlight on Scholarship features the article “Becoming gardeners: Seeding local curricula with the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy” by Donna Witek, published in College & Research Libraries News in Volume 77, Number 10, November 2016, pp. 504-508. This article proposes a way to use the Framework to integrate information

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship on Hiatus

The Spotlight on Scholarship post series will be on hiatus the week of Wednesday, November 2, 2016. The series will resume in two weeks on Wednesday, November 16, 2016. If you haven’t done so yet, please visit the Contact/RSS tab to subscribe to the Framework website for updates, including future Spotlight

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: “Equipping Academic Librarians to Integrate the Framework into Instructional Practices” by Hess

Today’s Spotlight on Scholarship features the article “Equipping Academic Librarians to Integrate the Framework into Instructional Practices: A Theoretical Application” [paywall] by Amanda Nichols Hess, published in the Journal of Academic Librarianship, Volume 41, Issue 6, November 2015, pp. 771-776. This article considers how adult learning theories might aid librarians

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: Seeber’s “This is Really Happening” [CIL 9.2]

Today’s Spotlight on Scholarship features the article “This is Really Happening: Criticality and discussions of context in ACRL’s Framework for Information Literacy” by Kevin P. Seeber, published in a special issue of Communications in Information Literacy focusing on the Framework: Volume 9, Issue 2, 2015, pp. 157-163. In this article,

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: Drabinski’s “Turning Inward”

Today’s Spotlight on Scholarship features the article “Turning Inward: Reading the Framework through the six frames” by Emily Drabinski, published in College & Research Libraries News in Volume 77, Number 8, September 2016, pp. 382-384. This article prompts us to ask how the Framework as a document can be used

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: Critten’s “Ideology and Critical Self-Reflection in Information Literacy Instruction” [CIL 9.2]

Today’s Spotlight on Scholarship features the article “Ideology and Critical Self-Reflection in Information Literacy Instruction” by Jessica Critten, published in a special issue of Communications in Information Literacy focusing on the Framework: Volume 9, Issue 2, 2015, pp. 145-156. This article proposes a way to teach “critical self-reflection,” a key

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: “Exploring Creative Information Literacy Practices via Divergent Thinking” by Hartnett

Today’s Spotlight on Scholarship features Joseph Hartnett’s article “Exploring Creative Information Literacy Practices via Divergent Thinking,” published in the Journal of Creative Library Practice on April 12, 2016. In this article, Hartnett reports his findings after pursuing a line of inquiry spurred on by the Framework. The Framework’s focus on

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