Thursday, September 20, 2012

Access to the New Review of Chlidren's Literature and Librarianship

The New Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship is excited to offer FREE access to an article from its recent archives 18(1): "Evolving Tools for Information Literacy from Models of Information Behavior" by Andrew K. Shenton and Naomi V. Hay-Gibson.

The New Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship has established itself as one of the leading publications for the exchange of ideas and the sharing of experiences in the provision of literature for children and young people. The journal is multidisciplinary in nature, providing opportunities for the 'pure' discussion of children's literature, and of issues relating to libraries for young people.

The journal fosters the sharing of ideas between those who study children's literature, and those who provide it. The New Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship welcomes articles covering:

    * Management of library services to children and adolescents
    * Education issues affecting library services
    * User education and the promotion of services
    * Staff education and training
    * Collection development and management
    * Critical assessments of children's and adolescent literature
    * Book and media selection
    * Research in literature and library services for children and adolescents

For more information about the New Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship, please visit the journal's webpage:

Dr. Sally Maynard
Loughborough University

Publication Details
Volume 18, 2012
2 issues per year
Print ISSN 1361-4541
Online ISSN 1740-7885

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