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This bibliography is prepared for the 2004 LACUNY Institute, an annual conference held by the Library Association of The City University of New York. The bibliography is built on the bibliographic work of American Library Association's Instruction Roundtable Research Committee, Association of College and Research Libraries' Instruction Section Research & Scholarship Committee, and Instruction for Diverse Population Committee. This selected list of monographs, book chapters, journal articles, theses and conference proceedings reflects recent research in the field of information literacy education.

The bibliography is listed chronologically. The issues discussed range from conceptual to empirical, covering primarily five areas of investigation: Prepared by S. Raymond Wang, College of Staten Island Library
May 2004

Information Literacy and Library Instruction

Eisenberg, M., Lowe, C. & Spitzer, K. (2004) Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age. Connecticut: Libraries Unlimited.

Adler, R. (2003) The Librarian in the trench: The workaday impact of information literacy. Portal: Libraries & Academy, 3(3) 447-459.

Owusu-Ansah, E. (2003) Information literacy and the academic library: A critical look at a concept and the controversies surrounding it. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 29(4) 291-230.

Marcum, J. (2002) Rethinking Information Literacy. Library Quarterly, 72(1) 1-26.

Seamans, N. (2002) Student perceptions of information literacy: Insights for librarians. Reference Services Review, 30(2) 112-123.

Heidi, J. & Boon, S. (2002) From the front line: Information literacy instruction in Canadian academic libraries. Reference Services Review, 30(2) 143-149.

Davidson, J. (2001) Faculty and student attitudes toward credit courses for library skills. College & Research Libraries, 62(2) 155-163.

Owusu-Ansah, E. (2001) The academic library in the enterprise of colleges and universities: Toward a new paradigm. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 27(4) 282-294.

Kuhlthau, C. (2000) The information search process: A search for meaning rather than answers. Library & Information Science, 43(1) 35-42.

LaGuardia, C. & Vasi, J. (2000) Designing, Building, Teaching in the Electronic Library Classroom. New York: Neal-Schuman.

Ren, W. (2000) Library Instruction and college student self-efficacy in electronic information searching. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 26(5) 323-329.

Hardesty, L. (1999) Reflections on 25 years of library instruction: Have we made progress? Reference Services Review, 27(3) 242-246.

Jiao, Q. (1999) Identifying library anxiety through students' learning-modality preferences. Library Quarterly, 69(2) 202-216.

Bruce, C. (1997) The Seven Faces of Information Literacy. Australia: Auslib Press.

Snavely, L. & Cooper, N. (1997) The information literacy debate. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 23(1) 9-14.

Course Integration and Faculty Collaboration

Owusu-Ansah, E. (2004) Information literacy and higher education: Placing the academic library in the center of a comprehensive solution. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 30(1) 3-16.

Manuel, K., Molloy, M. & Beck, S. (2003) What faculty want: A study of attitudes influencing faculty collaboration. In Thompson, H. (ed.) 11th ACRL National Conference Proceedings, 292-306. Chicago: American Library Association.

Grafstein, A. (2002) A discipline-based approach to information literacy. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 28(4) 197-204.

Rockman, I. (2002) Strengthening connections between information literacy, general education, and assessment efforts. Library Trends, 51(2) 185-199.

Escobar, H., Kanzler, J., Porter, G. & Smith, C. (2002) The value of campus partnerships in redesigning library instruction. College & Research Libraries News, 63(5) 345-359.

Jacobson, T. (2001) Perspectives on partnerships between library instruction unites and campus teaching centers. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 27(4) 311-317.

Dennis, N. (2001) Using inquiry methods to foster information literacy partnerships. Reference Services Review, 29(2) 122-131.

Zhang, W. (2001) Building partnerships in liberal arts education: Library team teaching. Reference Services Review, 29(2) 141-149.

Nimon, M. (2001) The role of academic libraries in the development of the information literate student: The interface between librarians, academic and other stakeholders. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 32(1) 43-52.

Walter, S. (2000) Engelond: A model for faculty-librarian collaboration in the information age. Information Technology & Libraries, 19(1) 34-41.

Raspa, D. & Ward, D. (2000) The Collaborative Imperative: Librarians and Faculty Working together in the Information Universe. Chicago: American Library Association.

Farber, E. (1999) Faculty-librarian cooperation: A personal retrospective. Reference Services Review, 27(3) 229-234.

Farber, Evan. (1999) College libraries and the teaching/learning process: A 25-year reflection. Journal of Academic Librarianship 25(3) 171-177.

Stein, L. & Lamb, J. (1998) Not just another BI: Faculty-librarian collaboration to guide students through the research process." Research Strategies, 16(1) 29-39.

Distributed Learning and Online Education

Kraemer, E. (2003) Developing the online learning environment: The pros and cons of using WebCT for library instruction. Information Technology & Libraries, 22(2) 87-93.

Hricko, M. (2002) Using the invisible web to teach information literacy. Journal of Library Administration, 37(3/4) 379-387.

Germain, C. & Bobish, G. (2002) Virtual Teaching: Library Instruction via the Web. Reference Librarian,77(1) 71-88.

Caspers, J., Fritts, J. & Gover, H. (2001) Beyond the rhetoric: A study of the impact of the ACRL guidelines for distance learning library services on selected distance learning programs in higher education. Journal of Library Administration, 31(3/4) 127-148.

Viggiano, R. & Ault, M. (2001) Online library instruction for Online Students. Information Technology & Libraries, 20(3) 135-139.

Gutierrez, C. & Wang, J. (2001) A comparison of an electronic vs. print workbook for information literacy instruction. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 27(3) 208-212.

Cudiner, S. & Harmon, O. (2001) Comparing the effectiveness of different presentation formats for workshops on introductory library skills. Research Strategies, 18(1) 49-61.

O'Hanlon, N. (2001) Development, delivery, and outcomes of a distance course for new college students. Library Trends, 51(1) 8-27.

Smyth, J. (2001) Using a Web-based MOO for library instruction in distance education. Journal of Library Administration, 32(1/2) 383-393.

Germain, C., Jacbson, T. & Kaczor, S. (2000) A comparison of the effectiveness of presentation formats for instruction: Teaching first-year students. College & Research Libraries, 61(1) 65-72

DeWald, N., Scholz-Crane, A., Booth, A. & Levine, C. (2000) Information literacy at a distance: Instructional design issues. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 26(1) 33-44.

DeWald, N. (1999) Transporting good library instruction practices into the Web environment: An analysis of online tutorials. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 25(1) 26-32.

Simoneaux, L., D'Angelo, B., Jung, K. & Orgeron, E. (1999) The library and you: Curriculum integrated library instruction via the WWW. Campus-Wide Information Systems, 16(3) 89-94.

Holmes, K., Stahley, M. & Barnes, S. (1998) Library instruction at a distance: The high tech/high touch mix, 3 case studies. In Thomas, P. & Jones, M. (ed.) 8th Off Campus Library Services Conference Proceedings, 183-195. Michigan: Central Michigan University Press.

International and ESL Students

Badke, W. (2002) International students: Information literacy or academic literacy? Academic Exchange Quarterly, 6(4) 60-66.

Laskin, M. (2002) Bilingual information literacy and academic readiness: Reading, writing, and retention. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 6(4) 41-46.

Conteh-Morgan, M. (2002) Connecting the dots: Limited English proficiency, second language learning theories, and information literacy instruction. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 28(4) 191-196.

Conteh-Morgan, M. (2001) Empowering ESL students: A new model for information literacy instruction. Research Strategies, 18(1) 29-38.

Baron, S. & Strout-Dapaz, A. (2001) Communicating with and empowering international students with a library skills set. Reference Services Review, 29(4) 314-326.

Jiao, Q. & Onwuebguzie, A. (2001) Sources of library anxiety among international students. Urban Library Journal, 11(1) 16-27.

Jacobson, T & Williams, H. (2000) Teaching the New Library to Today's Users: Reaching International, Minority, Senior Citizens, Gay/Lesbian, First-Generation, At-Risk, Graduate and Returning Students and Distance Learners. New York: Neal-Schuman.

Kumar, S. & Suresh, R. (2000) Strategies for providing effective services to international adult learners. Reference Librarian, 69/70 (1) 327-336.

DiMartino, D. & Zoe, L. (2000) International students and the library: New tools, new users, and new instruction. In Jacobson, T & Williams, H. (ed.) Teaching the New Library to Today's Users, 17-43. New York: Neal-Schuman.

Kamhi-Stein, L. & Stein, A. (1998) Teaching information competency as a third language: A new model for library instruction. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 38(2) 173-179.

Liu, M. & Redfern, B. (1997) Information-seeking behavior of multicultural students: A case study at San Jose State University. College & Research Libraries, 58(4) 348-354.

Watkins, N. (1996) A Case in point: Individual library instruction for international students. North Carolina Libraries, 54(3) 76-79.

Natowitz, A. (1995) International students in US academic libraries: Recent concerns and trends. Research Strategies, 13(4) 4-16.

Moeckel, N. & Presnell, J. (1995) Recognizing, understanding, and responding: A model of library instruction services for international students. Reference Librarian, 51/52 (1) 309-325.

Program Evaluation and Outcome Assessment

Hernon, P. & Dugan, R. (2002) An action plan for outcomes assessment in your library. Chicago: American Library Association.

Lopez, C. (2002) Assessment of student learning: Challenges and strategies. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 28(6) 356-67.

Dugan, R. & Hernon, P. (2002) Outcomes assessment: Not synonymous with inputs and outputs. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 28(6) 376-380.

Knight, L. (2002) The role of assessment in library user education. Reference Services Review, 30(1) 15-24.

Dunn, K. (2002) Assessing information literacy skills in the California State University: A progress report. Academic Librarianship, 28(1) 26-35.

Merz, L. & Mark, B. (2002) Assessment in College Library Instruction Programs, CLIP Note 32. Chicago: American Library Association.

Williams, J. (2000) Creativity in assessment of library instruction. Reference Services Review, 28(4) 323-334.

Iannuzzi, P. (1999) We are teaching, but are they learning: Accountability, productivity, and assessment. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 25(4) 304-305.

Fenske, R. & Roselle, A. (1998) Proving the efficacy of library instruction evaluation. Research Strategies, 16(3) 175-185.

Oberman, C., Lindauer, B., & Wilson, L. (1998) Integrating information literacy into the curriculum: How is your library measuring up? College & Research Libraries News, 59(5) 347-352.

Stewart, S. (1998) Assessment for library instruction: The Cross/Angelo model. Research Strategies, 16(3) 165-174.

Colborn, N. & Cordell, R. (1998) Moving from subjective to objective assessments of your instruction program. Reference Services Review, 26(3/4) 125-137.

Moore-Jansen, C. (1997) What difference does it make? One study on student background and the evaluation of library instruction. Research Strategies, 15(1) 26-38.

Kunkel, L., Weaver, S. & Cook, K. (1996) What do they know? An assessment of undergraduate library skills. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 22(6) 430-434.