Book reviewers wanted for Journal of Information Literacy
Wed 21st Jul, 2010
The Journal of Information Literacy is looking for new writers to contribute book reviews and help us stay abreast of the ever-expanding literature on the subject. Book reviews are usually between 500 and 600 words in length, and reviewers get to keep the books being reviewed.
The journal is published twice yearly, with Summer (June) and Winter (December) issues, and past book reviews (and of course past articles) can be read at https://ojs.lboro.ac.uk/ojs/index.php/JIL/issue/archive.
If you would be interested in contributing book reviews, please send me an email in the first instance (Martin.Wolf@liverpool.ac.uk) outlining your main information literacy interests (e.g. theoretical aspects, technological aspects, policy aspects, etc.) and, where appropriate, providing links to previous book reviews.