The latest issue of Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship is out and as usual it is full of terrific articles. The theme for this issue is Information Literacy for Science & Technology. It's been a while since the last issue, but well worth the wait as this is probably the best issue of the journal that I have seen. Here are some of the highlights of the TOC, but of course all the articles are interesting:
- "Bioinformatics Training by Librarians and for Librarians: Developing the Skills Needed to Support Molecular Biology and Clinical Genetics Information Instruction"
- "Connecting Engineering Students with the Library: A Case Study in Active Learning"
- "Hands-on Learning for Freshman Engineering Students"
- "The Business of Science: Cross-Disciplinary Information Literacy in the Applied Sciences and Business"
- "Developing an Information Skills Curriculum for the Sciences"