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Reference Services Review
Call for Papers for Theme Issue on Emergent Literacies in Academic Libraries
Reference Services Review is seeking authors to write on the theme of emergent literacies in academic libraries. Articles in this issue will explore emergent literacies, intersections of multiple literacies, and ideas around the language used to describe, implement, and assess these literacies. We are interested in innovative interpretations and intersectional research around ideas, theory, and practice.
Examples of stand-alone and intersectional topics include, but are not restricted to:
- Cultural Literacies (International, Indigenous, Economic)
- Spatial Literacies (How do we create physical and virtual spaces for intellectual pursuits?)
- Emotional Literacies (Changing demographics of higher education, Inclusivity)
- Life Skill Literacies (Finance, Self-advocacy, Speaking, Privacy)
- Narrative Literacies (How do we tell our story? How do students share their stories?)
- Oral Literacies (Listening, Speaking)
- Written and Expressive Literacies (Writing, Visual, Performance)
- Digital & Multimedia Literacies (Social Media, Copyright, Digital media authoring)
- Literacies across the arc of K-20 education
- Methodology, pedagogy, and assessment of emergent literacies
- Forthcoming technologies or developments may create new emerging literacies
- Intersection of Emergent Literacies & Digital Humanities
Proposed manuscripts may take many forms, including (but not limited to) innovative applications of best practices, literature reviews, or conceptual papers that explore the future of emerging literacies.
We wholeheartedly welcome submissions on emergent literacies and/or approaches not listed above. We encourage manuscripts that explore innovative intersections of various literacies, approaches, and pedagogical approaches.
The theme issue, Volume 46 Issue 2, will be published in June 2018. Manuscripts must be submitted by February 24, 2018. Submitted manuscripts are evaluated using a double-blind peer review process. Authors can expect to work on revisions in February and March 2018. Final manuscripts will be due by April 7, 2018.
Proposals/abstracts due: October 15, 2017.
Send proposals/abstracts or inquiries to both:
Tammy Ivins (firstname.lastname@example.org), Transfer Student Services Librarian at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and
Sylvia Tag (email@example.com), Librarian for Colleges/Departments/Programs at Western Washington University