As a member of the Editorial Team, I am pleased to announce that the Summer issue 2009 of the Journal of Information Literacy (JIL) has been published and is now available.
This is the first JIL issue hosting a collection of articles that is drawn from the papers presented at the LILAC conference this year. The journal has also been restructured as explained by the editorial “Bridging the gap between theory, research and practice of information literacy”. The new features include the IL projects and a Student’s view of IL sections, as well as a Conference corner in line with JIL’s aim of investigating information literacy in all its forms and address the interests of diverse IL communities of practice. Congratulations to everyone for their hard work, but particularly Susie, Ruth, Cathie and David.