Monthly Archives: February 2016

Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: “First Thoughts on Implementing the Framework” by Jacobson and Gibson [CIL 9.2]






This week’s Spotlight on Scholarship features Trudi E. Jacobson’s and Craig Gibson’s article “First Thoughts on Implementing the Framework for Information Literacy,” published in a special issue of Communications in Information Literacy focusing on the Framework: Volume 9, Issue 2, 2015, pp. 102-110. The authors of this article–co-chairs of the






Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: “The New ACRL Framework for Information Literacy: Implications for Library Instruction & Educational Reform” by Baer






This week’s Spotlight on Scholarship features Andrea Baer’s article “The New ACRL Framework for Information Literacy: Implications for Library Instruction & Educational Reform,” published in InULA Notes in Volume 27, Number 1, Spring 2015, pp. 5-8. This article was published in spring 2015 soon after the officially ‘filed’ Framework was






Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: Teaching Information Literacy Threshold Concepts, eds. Bravender, McClure, and Schaub






This week’s Spotlight on Scholarship features the book Teaching Information Literacy Threshold Concepts: Lesson Plans for Librarians (WorldCat), edited by Patricia Bravender, Hazel McClure, and Gayle Schaub, and published in 2015 by ACRL in Chicago, IL. This book is a compendium of lesson plan ideas for teaching the six frames






Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: Seeber’s “Teaching ‘format as a process’ in an era of Web-scale discovery”






This week’s Spotlight on Scholarship features Kevin P. Seeber’s article “Teaching ‘format as a process’ in an era of Web-scale discovery” [paywall, pre-print openly available here (PDF)], published in Reference Services Review in Volume 43, Issue 1, 2015, pp. 19-30. This article was written originally in 2014 as a conference