After a reluctant yet much needed break from blogging, I’m back. It’s been almost 2 months since my last post, but it is for good reason: my husband and I just bought our first home and we have spent the last little while preparing and packing, moving and now unpacking. Life is starting to resemble normalcy again, however we’re not fully there yet. I am resolved to blog again, and now with a working computer and bit more time, I’m posting my first entry since the beginning of March.
And I couldn’t think of a better thing to post than the announcement that I, along with a wonderful collegue, Jennifer Andreae, have just gotten our first article published. It is now available in the independent, professional, and refereed online journal Communications in Information Literacy (CIL), volume 5, no.2. Our article, in the perspectives section, is entitled: Re-conceptualizing Access: The New Role of Information Literacy in Post-Secondary Education. Since the journal is open access, you can get it anytime and anywhere, as long as you have an internet connection– no financial or legal barriers to access academic research at CIL!