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Transforming Information Literacy Programs

February 15th, 2012 by Kathryn Deiss in Publications No Comments

Transforming Information Literacy ProgramsACRL announces the publication of Transforming Information Literacy Programs: Intersecting Frontiers of Self, Library Culture, and Campus Community edited by Carroll Wetzel Wilkinson and Courtney Bruch. Transforming Information Literacy Programs is number 64 in the ACRL Publications in Librarianship (PIL) series.

Comprised of four sections, Outlining Current Boundaries, Frontiers of Self, Fortifying Institutional Partnerships and Charting Next Steps, Transforming Information Literacy Programs offers fresh perspectives on the present and future of information literacy instruction from diverse points of view. The twelve in-depth chapters include “Ethnographic Study of Information Literacy Librarians’ Work Experience” by Celene Seymour, ”Hitching Your Wagon to Institutional Goals” by Anne E. Zald and Michelle Millet, “Crossing the Instructional Divide: Supporting K-20 Information Literacy Initiatives” by Jo Ann Carr and “Settling Uncharted Territory: Documenting & Rewarding Librarians’ Teaching Role in the Academy” by April D. Cunningham and Carrie Donovan. The work brings together information on a broad array of issues and themes that academic instruction librarians must navigate in today’s higher education environment.

Armed with the new understanding of the complex frontiers of self, library culture and community presented in Transforming Information Literacy Programs, instruction librarians can engage in deeper campus conversations about the issues they face as well as begin vital and exciting new initiatives to shape the future of their programs. The work is essential reading for all practicing information literacy librarians and program coordinators as well as library school students.

Transforming Information Literacy Programs is available for purchase in print, as an e-book, and as a print/ e-book bundle through the ALA Online Store; in print and for Kindle through Amazon.com; and by telephone order at (866) 746-7252 in the U.S. or (770) 442-8633 for international customers.

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