This blog has been set up to report progress on a Review of Research Literature that will be undertaken, January-June 2006, with funding from the UK's Higher Education Academy, in conjunction with the Society of College, National and University Libraries.
The aim is to inform practitioners, policy makers and researchers in UK Higher Education (HE) by illuminating key concepts, evidence and issues concerned with information literacy in students’ experience of learning in HE. This will include a focus on approaches to teaching and support of information literacy, and on the impact of information literacy and libraries as regards the student learning experience.
The team is led by Sheila Webber (Department of Information Studies (DIS) University of Sheffield, and the rest of the team consists of:
–Professor Sheila Corrall, DIS
–Bill Johnston, Centre for Academic Practice & Learning Enhancement, Strathclyde University
–Dr Philippa Levy, Director, Centre for Inquiry-based Learning in the Arts and Social Sciences, & DIS
–Sharon Markless, Institute of Learning and Teaching, King’s College, University of London
–David Streatfield, Information Management Associates.